Kolkata: Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee seems to have gone totally ballistic after the BJP’s landslide win in the state. 

In a video that has gone viral, the Trinamool chief is seen drawing twin flowers in grass — her party symbol on a closed door of a political party office. 

The TMC claimed that it was their office, which was wrongfully captured by the BJP. 

While the claim cannot be confirmed, but a dash of saffron is visible over the faded TMC symbol which was there earlier. 

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However, in the same clip, Banerjee was seen writing AITC (all India Trinamool Congress) on a freshly coloured door of a BJP office, which had no sign of it belonging to the Trinamool. 

Though the placard also read 'Bharatiya Janata Party', Banerjee insisted that it originally belonged to the Trinamool. She even called a police officer to inquire whether any FIR was lodged.

The video has set the social media abuzz with speculations on whether an elected chief minister is capturing a BJP's party office or recapturing what has originally been Trinamool's. 

MyNation earlier reported that the TMC party office in Bistupur village under Malandighi Gram Panchayat falling under the Kanksa police station of Durgapur subdivision was captured by BJP supporters. 

The BJP supporters threw colour on the TMC symbol outside the party office and even changed the party flag from TMC to that of BJP outside the party office.