May 4 elections roundup: Won’t allow to touch even one Bengali, Mamata tells Modi over ‘Bangladeshi infiltrators’ remark

Modi said in Bankura rally that if he gets an opportunity to serve Bengal, he won't leave any stone unturned.

By: Express News Service | Updated: May 4, 2014 9:55:30 pm

Get all the latest election news throughout the day:

9.25 pm:

9.00 pm: Attacking SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, BSP supremo Mayawati  said that “the son has more venom in him than his father”.

20.37 pm: Union Minister for Minority Affairs K Rahman Khan said statements made by Narendra
Modi against illegal Bangladeshi immigrants led to the “massacre” of innocents in Assam and urged the Centre and
state government to take immediate action to help the victims.

20.08 pm:  A high decibel election campaign, marked by vitriolic accusations, for the 175 assembly and 25 Lok Sabha seats in Seemandhra would come to an end tomorrow.

7.45 pm: Odisha Chief Minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik kept people guessing about his
post-poll strategy on a possible Third Front by saying it is still early to discuss the topic.

7.10 pm: 

READ: Bangladeshi infiltrators must go back, refugees welcome, says Narendra Modi

7.05 pm:

6.35 pm: Senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley said that the relationship of Rahul Gandhi with Amethi is “nominal” and it remains one of the most backward constituencies in the country.

5.44 pm: Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav today alleged that Congress and BJP were working hand in glove and they did not want a Third Front government at the Centre.

5.39 pm: Narendra Modi today hit out at the Trinamool Congress for claiming to be a do-gooder for Muslims, saying the minority community is far better-off in his state Gujarat than in West Bengal.

5.35 pm: 

5.11 pm: TMC chief dares Modi, says she will not allow anyone to touch even one bengali.

5. 09 pm: Mamata Banerjee hits back at Modi over his ‘Bangladeshi’ remark.

5.07 pm: In Ranaghat, TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee says BJP is being hyped by the media and it is like a hot air balloon.

5.00 pm: Narendra Modi addressing rally in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

4.07 pm: Congress says no compromise on going ahead with snoopgate inquiry.

3.36 pm: 

3.34 pm: 

3.07 pm: In Bengal, Narendra Modi accuses Election Commission of not been able to stop rigging and violence here.

2:47 pm: 

2:38 pm: Accusing Election Commission of inaction, BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi today said the poll panel failed to check violence and rigging during elections in West Bengal, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh.

2:20 pm: Alleging conspiracy by communal forces to stop him, RJD president Lalu Prasad today said he will complaint the matter to the Election Commission, after his party’s cavalacade was stopped by police and district officials when they were returning from a campaign in Saran district.

1:40 pm: Samajwadi Party is extending support to Congress and its vice president Rahul Gandhi in Amethi to ensure the defeat of BJP, Uttar Pradesh minister Gayatri Prasad Prajapati said today.

1:22 pm: As the government and regulators try hard to convince the common man to invest in mutual funds, a large number of politicians,  including Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Arun Jaitley, have already pumped in lakhs of rupees in these investment products.

1:20 pm: Rahul Gandhi addressing a rally in Amethi.

1:00 pm: Sonia Gandhi addresses a rally in Himachal Pradesh.

12:33 pm: 


12:32 pm: 

12:30 pm: But those who come for vote-bank politics and take away jobs of our youth will have to go back, says Narendra Modi. \

12:28 pm: 

12:22 pm: Vote for development, vote for change in Bengal, says Modi.

12:21 pm: If you want to get double benefit , then my formula is that you people should ensure I come to power in Delhi from where I will help the people of Bengal, says Modi.

12:20 pm: If we form a strong government in Delhi, then we will stop all drama and run the government seriously, says Modi.

12: 20 pm: Every citizen of Bengal is a citizen of India, says Modi.

12:19 pm: Th Delhi government has always made sure Bengal is embroiled in a fight, says Modi.

12:18 pm: No matter how much Didi blames and criticises me, but when I get an opportunity to serve Bengal I won’t leave any stone unturned, says Modi.

12:18 pm: I am here not for revenge but for change, says Modi.

12:16 pm: I’m waging a war against loot, says Modi.

12:15 pm: A tiger never tries hides dacoits and thieves, says Modi.

12:15 pm: You’re talking about tiger, but the real tiger is the one who puts people responsible for Saradha chit fund scam behind bars, says Modi.

12:06 pm: BJP in Arunachal Pradesh has alleged massive rigging in polls in the state and has demanded in writing from the chief electoral officer about breakdown or failure of CCTV recordings if any.

12:00 pm: Politics is getting sweeter in the metropolis with confectioners offering election-themed delicacies this poll season.

10:50 am: No time for political blame game says Congress ally NCP over Assam violence.

10:20 am: BJP leader MA Naqvi hits out at Congress saying that Congress is rattled and they are blaming Narendra Modi for everything unnecessarily. 

7:53 am: 

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