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BJP's emergence in West Bengal

West Bengal political violence: An examination of AITC’s controversial legacy

While, there is a speculation that at least 500 BJP workers have been killed after 2018, there is a lack of proper evidence as the state is under totalitarian regime with a state supporting police force with no accountability.

Mamata vs. centre – Leaders’ dilemma

Is it possible to enact/reform legislation to ensure fair play for these civil servants? If there is a will, there is a way; with the kind of majority the present government has, reform in this area can also be thought of.

Rise of Hindu vote in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal

it can be safely assumed that with new rising Hindu vote, the non traditional BJP states might also have got good influence on ideology of RSS.

BJP’s Bengal defeat: How Mamata did a Modi on Modi

Development+ Secularism gang will be ready to challenge BJP in 2024.

Bengal: Is TMC disrespecting people’s mandate?

After 2011 people of Bengal desperately wanted a change and that change came through Trinamool Congress. But it soon became what it fought against.

बंगाल चुनाव: 213:77 के अनुपात का अर्थ क्या? भा.ज.पा के लिए आशा की किरण या निराशा की वजह

“बंगाल में, भाजपा का 2016 में, 3 सीटों से बढ़ कर 2021 में, 77 सीटों पर आना, निश्चित ही सामान्य बात नहीं है, जहां 2016 के विधानसभा चुनावों में भाजपा का मत प्रतिशत 10% था, वहीं 2021 में, 38.1% हो गया है, हालांकि 2019 के लोक सभा चुनवों से ये, 2.2 प्रतिशत की घटत है, पर भविष्य में ये कौन सा मोड़ लेता हैं, यह देखना रुचिकर होगा, भारतीय राष्ट्रीय कांग्रेस व वाम दलों के शून्य पे सिमट जाने से, वर्त्तमान में, बंगाल के राजनीति का द्विध्रुवीकरण भी कई राजनैतिक आसंकाओ के उत्पत्ति का कारण है”।।

Why BJP lost in Bengal and what now?

The field now seems to lie open for a free for all play of violence of the kind we are witnessing today unless the new government acts decisively and fairly.

West Bengal election 2021: ‘Bengali sub-nationalism’ akin to ‘Bangladishi nationalism’

Results of West Bengal election 2021 clarify that majority of Bengali Hindus of West Bengal are victims of fraudulent ‘Bengali sub-nationalism’ which is akin to ‘Bangladishi nationalism’.

How Modi’s BJP became the dominant force in left-liberal Bengal

The fiery battle between ruling Trinamool Congress Party and BJP took vicious turns and violent incidents but TMC's decisive victory in Bengal was indeed astonishing to many political pundits considering the majority it got.

केन्द्र की अकर्मण्यता और बंगाल चुनाव परिणाम

जिस देश में दारू के एक बोतल और एक मुर्गे पर लोगो की राजनीतिक आस्था बदल जाती है वहां free and fair election की कामना कैसे कर सकते हैं?

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