Banerjee also claimed she has information that the "central forces are being involved in such acts with some agents".
He further informed that the big question raised before the Commission was who was taping the conversations of the Chief Minister.
The vulnerable states are Jharkhand, Mizoram, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Assam, Bihar, Arunachal Pradesh, and West Bengal.
Congress' senior spokesperson P Chidambaram said the prime minister should be at his job, sitting at his desk and coordinating with chief ministers in handling the COVID pandemic.
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Prime Minister greeted the people of West Bengal for good voter turnouts in the last four phases of the state Assembly elections.
As per provisions of the Representation of the People Act, in case a candidate of a recognised party dies, the poll is put off to allow the party decide on a new candidate.
The BJP on Friday released an audiotape, in which CM Mamata Banerjee can be purportedly heard telling the TMC candidate from the Sitalkuchi constituency to hold protests for those killed in firing.
Polling was being held in 45 seats in North 24 Parganas, Purba Bardhaman and Nadia in south Bengal, and Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and Kalimpong districts in the north.
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I supported BJP for 15 years but what did it do for my community? Modi had assured us and made a commitment, it has been six-seven years now but it is yet to be completed, he added.
Voting for the fifth phase of West Bengal assembly polls began at 7 am on Saturday amid tight security.
The notice said that she should also explain why her status as 'star campaigner' should not be withdrawn.
Nandi, 73, the party's nominee from the Jangipur assembly constituency in Murshidabad district in the ongoing West Bengal assembly elections, was in home isolation.
Claiming that such a conversation never took place, the TMC described the audio clip as ''bogus'' and wondered whether the Centre is tapping a chief ministers phone.
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At many places, voters were seen without masks despite COVID-19 cases increasing across the state and the country.