Defending her move, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee said she had called BJP leader Pralay Pal as she received information that he was interested in talking to her.
BJP is bribing each voter in West Bengal with Rs 500/1000, TMC Chief Mamata Banerjee alleged
Union home minister Amit Shah held a massive roadshow in West Bengal’s Nandigram on Tuesday as he campaigned for TMC turncoat and party candidate Suvendu Adhikari
West Bengal will go to the polls in the second phase on April 1 – The campaign is getting all the more intense.
Nusrat Jahan stroked a massive controversy as she left a roadshow midway, saying that she does not take part in any rally that lasts over an hour, even if it is in support of the CM
The BJP claims that the elderly woman, mother of a BJP worker, died of injuries that she sustained during an attack by 'TMC goons'
The high-stakes constituency in Purba Medinipur district will go to the polls in the second phase on April 1.
Local BJP leaders said that the TMC men are trying to disrupt peace in the constituency.
'The day is not far off when the entire country will be sold and named after Narendra Modi ... BJP is trying to throttle democracy in the country', Mamata Banerjee said.
Suvendu Adhikari has repeatedly cited Nandigram's demography to explain Mamata Banerjee's choice of seat.
'Gaddars, Mir Jafar(s) have now become BJP candidates to the dismay of old-timers of the saffron party', said Mamata Banerjee in an obvious reference to Suvendu Adhikari and Rajib Banerjee.
The decision was taken after EC held a meeting over a report which was submitted on Friday and pointed out lapses on part of the Chief Minister's security personnel.
Thousands of TMC supporters gathered at the venue, along the 6 km long stretch that the roadshow would cover, to have a glimpse of Mamata Banerjee.
BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari alleged that the TMC had insulted the sacrifices made by the people of Nandigram by promoting officers who were involved in the 2007 Nandigram police firing case.
Vote against the BJP, says Patkar echoing Mamata on communal harmony and reviving memories of Nandigram land struggle.
Besides Piyush Goyal and Bhupender Yadav, party leaders Sambit Patra, Anirban Ganguly and Swapan Dasgupta were also in the BJP delegation
The TMC delegation met with the entire EC team for over an hour which also included Sunil Arora, the Chief Election Commissioner (CEC)
'I am 100 per cent confident of my victory in Nandigram. The people of the area are with me. I am the son of the soil,' Suvendu Adhikari told reporters.
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