The BJP national vice president Dilip Ghosh was allegedly assaulted by TMC workers, during Bhabanipur bypoll campaign.
The BJP’s national vice president Dilip Ghosh alleged he was pushed by TMC workers, while he was campaigning for the party’s candidate in Bhabanipur.
TMC leader and the state’s education minister Bratya Basu, while reacting to the BJP’s stance said the party has "no respect for the history and heritage" of Bengal.
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So far, 12 persons have died during post-poll violence in West Bengal, including six supporters of the BJP and five of the TMC.
‘Our focus is now clear: remove Modi in 2024,’ a TMC Lok Sabha MP said, requesting anonymity.
In the past two weeks, two candidates have died after testing positive for Covid-19, while more than a dozen candidates have tested positive for the coronavirus infection.
The ban will in effect from 7 pm April 15 to 7 pm April 16, during which Ghosh will not be allowed to campaign.
The poll body is of the view that Ghosh's statement, 'there would be Sitalkuchi in several places' can lead to a breakdown of law and order thereby adversely affecting the poll process
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Reacting to Dilip Ghosh's comment, TMC tweeted, 'Be it saree clad women or those wearing ripped jeans, Bengal won't forgive!'
'If she has to display her leg for viewing, she can very well wear bermuda shorts. That will help to have a better view,' the BJP MP said
Many leaders in the BJP’s Bengal unit believe Prime Minister Narendra Modi's praise for Dilip Ghosh has a lot to do with the equations over the probable chief ministerial candidate for the upcoming Assembly polls
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Dilip Ghosh said that the lack of popular faces in the party at various levels in the state is one of the drawbacks for the saffron camp in the elections.
The TMC alleged security lapses on the part of the administration since the ECI took over and lodged a complaint with the chief electoral officer of the state.
The police said that the incident was followed by a scuffle between the BJP and Trinamool Congress
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Smriti Irani, Locket Chatterjee and Ranjanben Dhananjay Bhatt arrive to attend BJP Parliamentary Executive Committee meeting ahead of the Winter Session of the Parliament, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
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