BJP Monday declared it has decided to equip its workers with cameras for the April 25 election on 91 municipalities across the state.
BJP leader Shahnawaz Hussain said TMC terror tactics would not stop saffron party from winning the civic polls.
Sudarshana Mukherjee’s fate will be decided by voters on April 18.
Kartick Banerjee spoke for nearly 45 minutes on Friday to a crowd of several hundred people.
Ahluwalia said that they had spoken to the police and would take further steps if no action was taken against the offenders.
This comes days after the CBI sent a notice to Trinamool seeking details of its income from 2010 to 2014.
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Roy has written an article for a magazine, “Udar Akash” (Open Sky), meant for Urdu readership in West Bengal.
Banerjee said that instead of providing good governance, the Centre was “giving indulgence to communal violence”.
The CBI has served the notice through speed post and asked Bakshi to reply within a week’s time.
Four CPM workers have been arrested following the incident.
This comes around a month after Roy was removed from the post of Trinamool general secretary on February 28.
Mamata has directed party leaders to ask CBI officers to directly call her in this regard.
While KMC elections will take place on April 18, 91 municipalities will go for polls on April 25.
The manifesto asserted that the job of ousting TMC from power would ultimately rest with the Left Front.