Naming the people who were denied tickets by the TMC, Mamata alleged that they were propped up by BJP.
Assembly Elections 2021: 73.03 per cent polling registered in Assam, 80.43 per cent in Bengal, says EC
While Assam largely witnessed a peaceful second phase, polling in West Bengal was marked by sporadic violence.
Bengal elections: Congress-Left-ISF alliance fighting for political relevance, hopes to be kingmaker
The alliance christened as "Samyukta Morcha" hopes to grow at the expense of both the ruling TMC and opposition BJP by eating into their vote share.
CPI(M) leader Robin Dev said a delegation of the Left Front and the ISF also called upon the EC to completely ban bike rallies instead of disallowing those 72 hours before polling.
The Congress said in the document that it does not believe in "politics of freebies", but would ensure wholesome development of West Bengal.
Simul Soren, president of the ISF, said the party represents the interests of the Dalits, Adivasis and OBCs, irrespective of their religious beliefs.
ISF president Simul Soren will contest from Haripal in Hooghly district, while Mohammed Iqbal and Nuruzzaman will be the party's candidates from Entally and Metiabruz.
The Left Front, one of the allies of the grand alliance in West Bengal, announced its list of candidates for 39 Assembly seats on Friday.
The Left also said that the alliance has been formed not with an eye on the elections only, but also for a fight for lives and livelihoods of people and secularism, and against attacks on democracy.
Bengal polls: Congress, ISF break ice over seat-sharing; talks still underway for some constituencies
Newly floated Indian Secular Front (ISF) had initially demanded 15 seats from the Congress, but the party had agreed to give only five to it.
If the ISF can bring 1 to 2% of minority electorates in its fold, the TMC will be in trouble, said a CPI(M) leader.
The state has already been drawn into the vortex with the TMC and the BJP accusing each other of fanning communal sentiments ahead of elections.
Sharma said such issues needed to be approved by the Congress Working Committee, the party’s highest decision making body.
The Congress and Indian Secular Front (ISF), the party launched by Islamic cleric Abbas Siddiqui a month ago, are at loggerheads over seat adjustment.
No direct negotiation with ISF, want to finish seat-sharing matter with Left soon: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
ISF chief and Furfura Sharif cleric Abbas Siddiqui indirectly hinted at Congress saying "you may ask why I spoke about Left only and not Congress, the door is open."