Asansol Violence


'Asansol Violence' - 9 News Result(s)

  • After Asansol Violence, Babul Supriyo Says Officer Stage-Managed Voting

    After Asansol Violence, Babul Supriyo Says Officer Stage-Managed Voting

    BJP leader and Union Minister Babul Supriyo on Tuesday denied allegations of threatening election officials at a voting booth in West Bengal during the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha election, and accused the presiding officer of stage-managing the polling process.

  • Election 2019 - "A Little Violence Happens...": Moon Moon Sen After "Bed Tea" Excuse

    Election 2019 - "A Little Violence Happens...": Moon Moon Sen After "Bed Tea" Excuse

    On a day she made headlines over an ill-advised confession on "bed tea", Moon Moon Sen, the Trinamool Congress candidate in Bengal's Asansol, was heard saying: "A little violence always happens." She was speaking to reporters on clashes between Trinamool and BJP workers at several polling stations in Asansol during voting for the fourth phase of th...

  • Trinamool Seeks Election Commission's Intervention Over Asansol Violence

    Trinamool Seeks Election Commission's Intervention Over Asansol Violence

    A Trinamool Congress (TMC) delegation led by party MP Shukhendu Shekhar Roy on Monday sought time from Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) West Bengal in connection with BJP leader and Union Minister Babul Supriyo's alleged altercation with the polling officer and violence caused during polling in Asansol Lok Sabha seat.

  • Elections 2019 - "No Bed Tea...": Moon Moon Sen On Why She Was Unaware Of Asansol Violence

    Elections 2019 - "No Bed Tea...": Moon Moon Sen On Why She Was Unaware Of Asansol Violence

    As clashes were reported from West Bengal's Asansol in the fourth round of voting today for the national election, Moon Moon Sen, the Trinamool Congress candidate in the seat, said she "hadn't heard anything" because she had woken up late. "They gave me my bed tea very late so I woke up very late. What can I say? I really don't know," Moon Moon Sen...

  • Lok Sabha Polls 2019: Clashes In Poll Booth In Bengal's Asansol, Babul Supriyo's Car Vandalised

    Lok Sabha Polls 2019: Clashes In Poll Booth In Bengal's Asansol, Babul Supriyo's Car Vandalised

    Clashes broke out on Monday morning in West Bengal's Asansol as voting was held in the fourth round of the national election. The vehicle of BJP candidate and Union Minister Babul Supriyo was vandalised outside a polling station in Barabani when a fight erupted between workers of the BJP and the state's ruling Trinamool Congress.

  • Offered To Quit, PM Asked Me To Fight: Babul Supriyo On Asansol Violence

    Offered To Quit, PM Asked Me To Fight: Babul Supriyo On Asansol Violence

    Amid criticism over violence in his parliamentary constituency Asansol, Union minister Babul Supriyo has said that he had offered to resign and quit politics but was stopped by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Rights Panel Asks For Report As Political Pot Stews On Bengal Violence

    Rights Panel Asks For Report As Political Pot Stews On Bengal Violence

    The National Human Rights Commission today issued notices to the West Bengal chief secretary, home secretary and the director general of police, asking for a report on the violence in the Asansol- Raniganj area over the last week. A senior police officer must be sent there for an on-the-spot enquiry.

  • Babul Supriyo Barred From Entering Violence-Hit Asansol, Case Filed

    Babul Supriyo Barred From Entering Violence-Hit Asansol, Case Filed

    Union minister Babul Supriyo and a senior West Bengal BJP leader were on Thursday stopped by police from entering the Asansol-Raniganj area, which has been on the boil since Sunday, over clashes following a Ram Navami rally.

  • "Under Control", Say Police On Violence In Bengal's Asansol

    "Under Control", Say Police On Violence In Bengal's Asansol

    The West Bengal government has sent three top IPS officers to Asansol to bring under control violence that erupted in the area in the wake of Ram Navami rallies on Sunday. This on a day when parts of the town saw stone pelting, bomb throwing and houses and cars set ablaze.

'Asansol Violence' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Asansol Violence' - 9 News Result(s)

  • After Asansol Violence, Babul Supriyo Says Officer Stage-Managed Voting

    After Asansol Violence, Babul Supriyo Says Officer Stage-Managed Voting

    BJP leader and Union Minister Babul Supriyo on Tuesday denied allegations of threatening election officials at a voting booth in West Bengal during the fourth phase of the Lok Sabha election, and accused the presiding officer of stage-managing the polling process.

  • Election 2019 - "A Little Violence Happens...": Moon Moon Sen After "Bed Tea" Excuse

    Election 2019 - "A Little Violence Happens...": Moon Moon Sen After "Bed Tea" Excuse

    On a day she made headlines over an ill-advised confession on "bed tea", Moon Moon Sen, the Trinamool Congress candidate in Bengal's Asansol, was heard saying: "A little violence always happens." She was speaking to reporters on clashes between Trinamool and BJP workers at several polling stations in Asansol during voting for the fourth phase of th...

  • Trinamool Seeks Election Commission's Intervention Over Asansol Violence

    Trinamool Seeks Election Commission's Intervention Over Asansol Violence

    A Trinamool Congress (TMC) delegation led by party MP Shukhendu Shekhar Roy on Monday sought time from Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) West Bengal in connection with BJP leader and Union Minister Babul Supriyo's alleged altercation with the polling officer and violence caused during polling in Asansol Lok Sabha seat.

  • Elections 2019 - "No Bed Tea...": Moon Moon Sen On Why She Was Unaware Of Asansol Violence

    Elections 2019 - "No Bed Tea...": Moon Moon Sen On Why She Was Unaware Of Asansol Violence

    As clashes were reported from West Bengal's Asansol in the fourth round of voting today for the national election, Moon Moon Sen, the Trinamool Congress candidate in the seat, said she "hadn't heard anything" because she had woken up late. "They gave me my bed tea very late so I woke up very late. What can I say? I really don't know," Moon Moon Sen...

  • Lok Sabha Polls 2019: Clashes In Poll Booth In Bengal's Asansol, Babul Supriyo's Car Vandalised

    Lok Sabha Polls 2019: Clashes In Poll Booth In Bengal's Asansol, Babul Supriyo's Car Vandalised

    Clashes broke out on Monday morning in West Bengal's Asansol as voting was held in the fourth round of the national election. The vehicle of BJP candidate and Union Minister Babul Supriyo was vandalised outside a polling station in Barabani when a fight erupted between workers of the BJP and the state's ruling Trinamool Congress.

  • Offered To Quit, PM Asked Me To Fight: Babul Supriyo On Asansol Violence

    Offered To Quit, PM Asked Me To Fight: Babul Supriyo On Asansol Violence

    Amid criticism over violence in his parliamentary constituency Asansol, Union minister Babul Supriyo has said that he had offered to resign and quit politics but was stopped by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

  • Rights Panel Asks For Report As Political Pot Stews On Bengal Violence

    Rights Panel Asks For Report As Political Pot Stews On Bengal Violence

    The National Human Rights Commission today issued notices to the West Bengal chief secretary, home secretary and the director general of police, asking for a report on the violence in the Asansol- Raniganj area over the last week. A senior police officer must be sent there for an on-the-spot enquiry.

  • Babul Supriyo Barred From Entering Violence-Hit Asansol, Case Filed

    Babul Supriyo Barred From Entering Violence-Hit Asansol, Case Filed

    Union minister Babul Supriyo and a senior West Bengal BJP leader were on Thursday stopped by police from entering the Asansol-Raniganj area, which has been on the boil since Sunday, over clashes following a Ram Navami rally.

  • "Under Control", Say Police On Violence In Bengal's Asansol

    "Under Control", Say Police On Violence In Bengal's Asansol

    The West Bengal government has sent three top IPS officers to Asansol to bring under control violence that erupted in the area in the wake of Ram Navami rallies on Sunday. This on a day when parts of the town saw stone pelting, bomb throwing and houses and cars set ablaze.

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