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BJP Claims Suvendu Heckled By TMC Workers In Haldia After Winning Battle Against Mamata In Nandigram

<p>After bitter campaigning, catcalling, sloganeering, and leading a virtual war against the BJP, Mamata Banerjee's TMC is coming back to power with an absolute majority winning 213 seats and was leading in 3 more out of 292 constituencies which went to the polls with some 48 per cent of the votes counted so far.</p> <p><a title="Also Read|Mamata Abandons Wheelchair After Riding Back To Power In West Bengal" href="https://news.abplive.com/elections/mamata-banerjee-abandons-wheelchair-post-tmc-s-win-in-west-bengal-1456527"><span style="color: #e03e2d;"><strong>Also Read|Mamata Abandons Wheelchair After Riding Back To Power In West Bengal</strong></span></a></p> <p>The one celebration moment for BJP is Mamata Banerjee's defeat in Nandigram as Suvendu Adhikari took over the mighty Didi of Bengal by around 1956 votes. However, the saffron party alleged on Sunday that violence was reported in Bengal after Didi stood back on her feet knowing that her camp was set to retain power in Bengal. BJP alleged that some of its leaders, including Suvendu Adhikari, were heckled by TMC activists in other parts of the state.</p> <p>Local BJP leaders said that In Purba Medinipur district, TMC men reportedly demonstrated next to the vehicle of BJP's Suvendu Adhikari,&nbsp;</p> <p>Some of the demonstrators banged on the windshield of Adhikari's car and also hurled stones near a counting centre in Haldia, members of the saffron party claimed.</p> <p>"He is a traitor. He took to unfair means to change the results," a TMC activist was heard saying</p> <p>The BJP also claimed that one of its members was severely beaten up by TMC activists in the city's Beleghata area, a charged denied by the Mamata Banerjee camp.</p> <p>A local BJP leader also alleged that TMC activists, shortly after the defeat of their party candidate Sujata Mondal, set fire to the saffron camp's Arambagh office.</p> <p>Though Mamata Banerjee lost the election, she is all set to return as the chief minister for a third...

<p>After bitter campaigning, catcalling, sloganeering, and leading a virtual war against the BJP, Mamata Banerjee’s TMC is coming back to power with an absolute majority winning 213 seats and was leading in 3 more out of 292 constituencies which went to the polls with some 48 per cent of the votes counted so far.</p> <p><a title="Also Read|Mamata Abandons Wheelchair After Riding Back To Power In West Bengal" href="https://news.abplive.com/elections/mamata-banerjee-abandons-wheelchair-post-tmc-s-win-in-west-bengal-1456527"><span style="color: #e03e2d;"><strong>Also Read|Mamata Abandons Wheelchair After Riding Back To Power In West Bengal</strong></span></a></p> <p>The one celebration moment for BJP is Mamata Banerjee’s defeat in Nandigram as Suvendu Adhikari took over the mighty Didi of Bengal by around 1956 votes. However, the saffron party alleged on Sunday that violence was reported in Bengal after Didi stood back on her feet knowing that her camp was set to retain power in Bengal. BJP alleged that some of its leaders, including Suvendu Adhikari, were heckled by TMC activists in other parts of the state.</p> <p>Local BJP leaders said that In Purba Medinipur district, TMC men reportedly demonstrated next to the vehicle of BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari,&nbsp;</p> <p>Some of the demonstrators banged on the windshield of Adhikari’s car and also hurled stones near a counting centre in Haldia, members of the saffron party claimed.</p> <p>"He is a traitor. He took to unfair means to change the results," a TMC activist was heard saying</p> <p>The BJP also claimed that one of its members was severely beaten up by TMC activists in the city’s Beleghata area, a charged denied by the Mamata Banerjee camp.</p> <p>A local BJP leader also alleged that TMC activists, shortly after the defeat of their party candidate Sujata Mondal, set fire to the saffron camp’s Arambagh office.</p> <p>Though Mamata Banerjee lost the election, she is all set to return as the chief minister for a third consecutive term.</p> <p>(with PTI Inputs)</p>

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