BJP's Suvendu Adhikari, who won from Nandigram, attacked in Haldia

The attack took outside the counting centre in Haldia.

In another incident of violence in West Bengal in wake of Assembly election results, the car of Bharatiya Janata Party's Suvendu Adhikari, who defeated Mamata Banerjee from the Nandigram seat, was attacked on Sunday.


The attack took outside the counting centre in Haldia. Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers are accused of the attack.


Meanwhile, TMC has written a letter to the Chief Electoral Officer, West Bengal, demanding an immediate recounting of the votes in Nandigram.


Notably, there is a continuous tug of war on the Nandigram seat. First, Mamta Banerjee's victory was announced. When recounting was conducted again following BJP's objection, Suvendu turned out to be the winner. But TMC has won the majority figure in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly by winning 148 out of 292 seats.

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