Speaking to a TV channel, Banerjee said that she would shorten her speeches at campaign in different parts of the state to around 20 minutes or so from the usual time of 50 minutes to one hour.
He said that elections in West Bengal won't be needed to be conducted under the security provided by central forces after the BJP comes to power in the state.
Mamata said the BJP leaders would not be there after the elections and the central force personnel, who are accused of working for the saffron camp.
The delegation of the party also requested the Commission to take necessary action to prosecute the persons in the BJP responsible.
The PM also attacked Mamata for politicising the Cooch Behar firing incident a day after the leak of her audiotape in which she is allegedly heard proposing a rally with the victims’ dead bodies.
Mamata Banerjee has requested the Election Commission to make the Covid test for 'outsiders' mandatory.
Gandhi said that while the BJP has 'nothing to offer except hatred and violence', he also slammed the Mamata Banerjee-led government and accused it of enabling cut-money culture in the state.
This has come in the midst of ongoing West Bengal Assembly polls.
Banerjee also urged the poll watchdog to rescind its notice, contending she has not violated the model code or the various sections of the Indian Penal Code.
Local police said that four people were killed as central forces opened fire allegedly after coming under attack from locals, who 'attempted to snatch their rifles'.
PM Modi stressed that the state will move towards peace and tranquility after decades of bloodshed, fear and violence and will complete the concept of 'Sonar Bangla'.
A CISF team was inspecting the Jor Patki area of Sitalkuchi constituency jointly with the local police to 'clear the elements which were resisting' the voters from reaching the polling booth'.
He also accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of instigating people against the central forces.
Kishor dared the BJP to release the full record of the chat on Clubhouse, a social media platform, and claimed that the saffron camp would not get more than 100 assembly seats in the ongoing polls.
The decision comes against the backdrop of four persons being killed as central forces allegedly opened fire after coming under attack from locals.