We are not bothered about a few corrupt and greedy leaders who are switching to some other party, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said.
TMC leaders are joining BJP as Mamata Banerjee has spread violence all across West Bengal and her party members are no longer in support of her, BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya.
Leaders, including MLAs and MPs, from various parties in the state have been joining the saffron party for past several months.
The BJP has claimed that Das, a housewife, was killed by 'TMC goons'.
The BJP workers, who were protesting against the attacks on their partymen, raised slogans and hurled stones and bottles at the police officers.
The education minister said the party will resist Bharatiya Janata Party's attempts to disrupt peace and harmony in a non-violent manner.
In a gesture of goodwill, the Modi government invited for his swearing-in ceremony the family members of BJP workers who have lost their lives in incidents of political violence in Bengal.
A prominent face in the BJP's Bengal brigade, Chaudhuri was baptised in politics during her college days.
A few former MPs of Trinamool Congress, are also in touch with the party and have expressed their desire to join BJP in its 'fight against misrule of the TMC', a senior BJP leader said.
History repeats itself in West Bengal with BJP supporters taking over more than 200 Trinamool Congress party offices in West Bengal.
Two days after her party suffered serious setbacks in the Lok Sabha elections, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday offered to step down from the post.
Gautam Chattopadhyaya who claimed that said he was a personal assistant to Dilip Ghosh, the chief of the BJP's state unit said that the money was being taken to Kolkata.
She was seen walking through villages with folded hands, seeking blessings for her husband.
Bandyopadhyay alleged that a group of men armed with sharp weapons came in five motorbikes and intercepted his car.
PM Narendra Modi asked the crowd whether the game of intimidation, loot and corruption should continue in Bengal.