Four persons were killed as CISF opened fire allegedly after coming under attack from locals near a booth in Sitalkuchi during the fourth phase of West Bengal elections on April 10.
Bhowanipore is the microcosm of a cosmopolitan Kolkata with sizeable Marwari, Bihari, Punjabi and Gujarati populations.
According to the sources, the cases were filed in Purba Medinipur's Nandigram and Cooch Behar's Sitalkuchi areas.
Veteran TMC leader Siddiqullah Chowdhury stated that the minority community knew well that Banerjee was the only person who could stop BJP's juggernaut in Bengal.
Chandana Bauri, who followed in her husband's footsteps and joined the saffron camp around five years ago, had never imagined she would ever be called upon to represent her constituency.
The BJP, even though pundits declared it has a superb war room, failed to attract two segments of the population that have proved loyal to Mamata: women and younger voters.
On April 26, she will only hold a 'symbolic' meeting on the last day of campaigning in the state capital, informed Derek O'Brien.
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.
The villagers had alleged that the CRPF personnel deployed at booth number 215 at Kurulgachcha in Deganga in North 24 Parganas during the fifth phase of polling had fired at a crowd outside.
BJP leader and candidate from Nandigram Suvendu Adhikari also commented on the incident saying that resorting to violence is TMC's habit.
Polling in Durgapur will be on April 26 in the seventh phase of the West Bengal assembly elections.
Steer clear of trap laid by BJP-aided party from Hyderabad and its Bengal ally, Mamata Banerjee tells people
Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee accused the BJP of engineering communal strife in the state to win the assembly elections.
TMC, on Thursday, had complained to the Election Commission that it had received a report from its representatives about BJP 'jamming' eight booths in the Moyna constituency.
Humayun Kabir, pitching himself to be the 'son of the soil', said that there was a need to resolve the water crisis immediately.
Buddhadeb Bhattacharya said it is only the Left-Congress-ISF alliance that can bring West Bengal out of the darkness.