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West Bengal: BJP workers hold a candlelight vigil in Kolkata against the state government and alleged killing of its party workers.

The BJP chief claimed that political violence has increased in West Bengal under Mamata Banerjee as compared to the previous left regime.

Police use lathi-charge and water cannon to disperse BJP workers during the party's state-wide 'Nabanna Chalo' agitation against the alleged killings of its workers in a state, in Kolkata on Thursday.

In a bid to stop the march, the West Bengal Police resorted to lathi-charge and used tear gas, water cannon on BJP workers at Howrah's Santragachi.

Mamata Banerjee has announced doles for Durga Puja celebrations in the state, announcing Rs 50,000 aid for all pandals. But, this also has given political fodder to Opposition.

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Nadda said, "I was happy that lockdown was lifted on July 31, but what was the cause for imposing lockdown on August 5 - the day of Ram Janambhoomi pujan. It is nothing but politics of appeasement and vote bank."

Ghosh, a TMC MLA from Falta, also had tested positive for COVID-19. He was admitted to a hospital in Kolkata where he died of cardiac arrest after multiple organ failure.

The BJP has alleged that the murder was committed by the 'goons' of the ruling Trinamool Congress.

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