Basirhat(Search results - 8)
India18, Jun 2019, 2:59 PM
No end to Bengal violence: Another day, another BJP cadre killed
Recently, at least four political workers— three of BJP and one of Trinamool — were killed in a deadly clash at Sandeshkhali in Basirhat, North 24 Paraganas. The violence apparently broke out over hoisting the BJP party flag.
India14, Jun 2019, 10:38 AM
No end to violence in Bengal as BJP claims another cadre killed
This election season and the aftermath in Bengal has been dotted by incidents of violence where both the BJP and the TMC have pointed fingers at each other for the murder of their cadre
India9, Jun 2019, 8:39 PM
BJP cancels cremation-on-road plan but Bengal remains tense
A video that has surfaced shows the BJP MP Locket Chatterjee in animated confrontation with police personnel where her move to shift the mortan remains to Kolkata was stalled
India8, Jun 2019, 11:57 PM
Bengal bloodied again, 4 reportedly killed in deadly TMC-BJP clash at Sandeshkhali
The violence apparently broke out over hoisting the BJP party flag. Bullets were fired and sharp weapons were used in this small town of Sandeshkhali, which is around 65 km from Kolkata.
India25, May 2019, 1:11 PM
Days after Mamata's 'inch by inch' revenge vow, BJP cadre shot dead in Bengal
While addressing a public rally during Election in Basirhat Lok Sabha constituency, PM Modi had reminded the crowd how Mamata had publicly announced that she would seek revenge against the BJP "inch by inch". The BJP cadre's alleged murder has assumed new significance in light of the statement by the Bengal chief minister
India23, May 2019, 7:18 AM
Lok Sabha election result 2019: Basirhat to decide between Nusrat Jahan and Samik Bhattacharya
The BJP roped in former Left leaders who had joined BJP for booth management in most areas. Santanu Chakraborty, son of former CPI(M) MP from Bashirhat Ajay Chakraborty, was one of them.
Elections12, May 2019, 2:36 PM
TMC's star candidate Nusrat talks sense on triple talaq, Mamata spoils it
Immediately after being nominated by the Trinamool Congress, Nusrat made her stand clear, "How can you end a relationship or harass a woman by simply uttering three words? This is wrong. I extend my support for the law to curb triple talaq"