1. Internet Banned In Asansol Till 17 April
The West Burdwan management has suspended Internet inside the Asansol subdivision till Wednesday midnight to save you rumors on social media within the wake of violence at Barakar on Monday.
Police have performed nightlong raids and arrested 10 persons in reference to the clash that broke out over a Ram Navami procession.
On Tuesday, the district administration extended until 17 April Section a hundred and forty-four of the CrPC in Barakar to save you unlawful meeting and stopped all Ram Navami rallies in the area.
2. Bengal, UP Hold Key to New Govt: Mamata Banerjee
Mamata Banerjee stated on Tuesday that Uttar Pradesh and Bengal would preserve the important thing to the formation of the brand new principal authorities as she sought to take the combat against the BJP to a much wider canvas.
The Bengal chief minister gave a state-smart estimate of Lok Sabha seats that the BJP would win and said the celebration might be a long way from the parent required to shape the authorities.
3. HC to Hear Gurung Plea Next Week
Calcutta High Court’s circuit bench right here on Tuesday decided to hear anticipatory bail pleas of Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leaders Bimal Gurung and Roshan Giri on 25 and 26 April.
The department bench of Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Justice Suvra Ghosh heard submissions by means of the lawyers of the duo and the Bengal authorities.
The court then determined that the listening to might be carried out on 25 and 26 April 25.
The bail petitions had been filed in two police instances in reference to the violent statehood agitation in the Darjeeling hills in 2017.
4. Bangladeshi Actor Ferdous Ahmed Told to Leave India After Poll Show
Bangladeshi actor Ferdous Ahmed left Kolkata on Tuesday once you have noticed from both the Union ministry of domestic affairs and the Bangladesh deputy excessive commission following a controversy over his campaigning for Trinamool Congress Raiganj candidate Kanaia Lal Agarwal this Sunday.
The MHA also sought a file from the Bengal government and the nearby Foreigner Regional Registration Office, prompting an FRRO probe into whether the actor had violated paintings visa regulations. “The MHA has requested the actor to leave India,” a senior FRRO legitimate stated. “Ahmed left the USA this afternoon,” he added.
5. Left Crowd-Funding a Hit In Raiganj
As campaigning ended for the Raiganj Lok Sabha constituency at 6 pm on Tuesday, it additionally added the curtains down on Bengal’s simplest crowd-investment initiative launched by way of CPM’s Md Salim to fulfill election expenses.
Speaking to TOI, Salim stated: “There are many wellwishers and pals who desired to contribute to my marketing campaign. Since I’ve been out of the town for pretty some time, there has been no way that they may assist me with voluntary donations. Hence, closer to the cease of the first week of April, I had positioned my financial institution account number, which was opened for the elections with State Bank of India, on social networking web sites in order that everyone who desired to make contributions for campaigning ought to accomplish that.”
6. 195 Units Of Central Forces For Bengal Phase 2
Two days earlier than Darjeeling, Raiganj and Jalpaiguri visit polls on 18 April, the Election Commission decided to deploy primary forces at an extra 788 polling premises in all three constituencies.
A bulk of this deployment might be in Raiganj and the rest within the foothills of Darjeeling — 195 groups will man Phase 2 voting in the 3 constituencies. The Indo-Nepal and Indo-Bangladesh borders have additionally been sealed and will reopen on the evening of 18 April.
EC on Tuesday sanctioned but any other significant force organization, taking the entire deployment to 195 corporations for the three constituencies: 83 in Darjeeling, 63 in Raigan and the rest in Jalpaiguri.