Prime Time takes a look at the allegations made by the BJP and Trinamool Congress against each another for the violence that took place during the roadshow by BJP president Amit Shah in Kolkata. The violence started on Tuesday evening at the gates of Calcutta University. Some students in the campus allegedly shouted anti-BJP slogans and BJP supporters rushed at them with rods. Policemen stepped in to prevent a clash. A statue of Bengal icon Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was also vandalised. The campaign for the last round of voting in Bengal has been cut short by the Election Commission in an unprecedented decision, after the violence. (Audio in Hindi)
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