Kolkata, Apr 7 (PTI) Following are the top stories of the Eastern Region at 9 pm.

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CAL 14 WB-POLL-LD MAMATA 'BJP's CRPF' harassing people,preventing voters enter booths on Shah's order, alleges Mamata Baneswar: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday alleged that 'BJP's CRPF' was harassing and killing people besides obstructing voters from entering polling stations in the state at the behest of Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

CAL 16 WB-SHAH-LD ROADSHOW Shah promises rapid industrialisation, predicts massive win for BJP in Bengal Singur/Howrah/Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a series of colourful road shows in three districts of south Bengal on Wednesday, promising rapid industrialisation if BJP is voted to power and predicted a massive victory for his party.

CAL 13 WB-POLL-LD ADITYANATH TMC leaders swindled all central aid for Bengal: Adityanath Kolkata: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday flayed the ruling TMC in West Bengal, alleging that its leaders swindled whatever central aid was extended to the state, from 'funds to ration supplies'.

CAL 11 WB-POLL-RAJIB BANERJEE I was cornered in TMC for resisting cut money culture, see development in Bengal if BJP comes to power: Rajib Banerjee Domjur: Former minister Rajib Banerjee, considered to be one of BJP's prized scalps in its quest to assume power in Bengal, alleged that he was relegated in the TMC for opposing 'cut money culture' and had to face 'step-motherly' treatment throughout his second term, which ultimately prompted him to sever ties with the ruling party.

CAL 15 AS-POLL-LD CONGRESS Congress demands CCTV feed from strong rooms for candidates Guwahati: The Congress on Wednesday demanded that CCTV feed from strong rooms across Assam be made available to candidates.

CAL 17 WB-POLL-BJP-ATTACK BJP Bengal chief says TMC workers attacked his car in North Bengal Sitalkuchi: The BJP's West Bengal president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday alleged that Trinamool Congress workers attacked his car with bombs and bricks in Cooch Behar district of North Bengal, a charge denied by the ruling party.

CAL 19 WB-3RD PHASE TURNOUT WB registered 84.61 per cent polling in third phase Kolkata: West Bengal registered 84.61 per cent polling during the third phase of polling on April 6 held in 31 assembly constituencies spread across its three districts, state chief electoral officer Ariz Aftab said on Wednesday.