TMC minister Firhad Hakim, who is campaigning door-to-door for his party supremo, rubbished BJP's claim of giving their rivals a tough fight.
Following a report from an NHRC committee on July 13, a five-judge bench of the Calcutta High Court had ordered a CBI probe into the allegations.
He said continuing work at the ground level was equally important as setting up targets, which was realistic but needed hard work.
Mitra put the blame on Chowdhury's choices of recruiting the Congress face at Nadia and Central Kolkata for the party's loss in Behrampur in the recent polls.
Dilip Ghosh's statement came after the TMC filed petitions in the Calcutta HC urging recounting in five assembly constituencies, including Nandigram, where the party lost by slender margins.
Sources in the TMC said most of the turncoats are now feeling that they are nowhere in Bengal’s political arena after the BJP lost the electoral battle.
The former Union Minister also sought action against West Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee President Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury for the poll debacle in the state.
During the one month it took to hold the elections, which began on March 27 and concluded on April 29, the state witnessed an unprecedented 25 times surge in daily Covid-19 positive cases.
A notice inviting people to attend the lecture to be held at 4 pm on May 18 via Zoom platform was posted on the central university's website earlier in the day.
The senior BJP leaders in Bengal described the Assembly election’s reflection in Lok Sabha seats as a major threat ahead of the 2024 general elections.
Protestors carried placards reading "Hindu Lives Matter", "Protest Against Hindu Genocide" to draw attention to the killings that followed soon after the poll results.
In the clash of the titans where the TMC was in a straight fight with the BJP in most constituencies, the once all-powerful Left seems to have been squeezed into oblivion.
Claims the BJP would not have won even 30 seats had it not been for support from the EC
Home Minister Amit Shah was bent on winning Bengal this time.
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.