The Lok Sabha poll results indicated a tectonic shift in West Bengal politics with the BJP emerging as a key player.
The saffron party claimed eight of its party workers were killed in Bengal in the last one week excluding the triple murder in Murshidabad district.
According to BJP sources, the party would prepare a memorandum with details of more than 80 BJP workers killed in the state in last two years.
TMC leadership denied the allegation as baseless and claimed that the attack was a result of 'infighting within the BJP'.
Last month, the West Bengal Assembly had passed a resolution against NRC, with Banerjee vowing not to allow its implementation in Bengal.
With an eye on gaining political mileage, the BJP will rope in Union home minister Amit Shah in Kolkata to inaugurate at least four Durga puja pandals.
Amit Shah's comment has been opposed by political parties in south India and Trinamool Congress in Bengal, who felt this is nothing but an effort to impose Hindi in the country.
His comment drew sharp reactions from TMC, which said BJP does not have any mass base in Bengal and has taken to poaching of TMC leaders to increase its public support in the state.
Debashree Roy, a yesteryears national award-winning actress, is a two time MLA from Raidighi constituency in South 24 Parganas.
Sovan Chatterjee is a four-time MLA of the TMC and two-time mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation besides being a minister.
BJP won 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state this election, just four less than the TMC, garnering 41 per cent of the vote share.
Rabindranath Basu, the Bengal in-charge of the membership collection drive in the state, said people are enrolling themselves as BJP members through online, offline and missed call modes.
The list, however, will exclude those faces seen participating in rallies and other protests marches.
A political war has broken out in West Bengal to capture popular cultural space with the Trinamool and the BJP trying to influence Tollywood and its stars.
He said that the meeting would be a "condolence" meeting. This year's rally gains significance as it would be the first mega show by TMC after its poll debacle in Lok Sabha elections.