The by-election is said to be crucial to Mamata as she lost to BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram and she has a deadline till November 5 to get elected as an MLA.
The Congress, which had ruled the state before the Left Front came to power in 1977, drew a blank in the elections to the 294-member assembly held earlier this year.
The five-judge bench said that the HC will monitor CBI, SIT investigations into post-poll violence cases and asked th ecentral agency to file report by six weeks.
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.
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.
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.
Narayan Goswami said that Nusrat Jahan had suffered a sprain due to which she could not continue to be a part of the roadshow.
The TMC has accused Adhikari, who is contesting against CM Mamata Banerjee, of furnishing false particulars about his residence.
Adhikari's resignation ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections is said to be significant in Bengal's present political scenario. The ex-Nandigram MLA had resigned from the state cabinet last month.
In Bengal, thirty seats went to the polls in the first phase and include all constituencies in Purulia and Jhargram and some constituencies from Bankura, Purba Medinipur and Paschim Medinipur.