Kolkata, March 20 -- Ahead of the assembly elections in West Bengal, The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers are up in arms against their own party with multiple incidents of the rebellion being reported from the poll-bound state.

On Friday, BJP workers vandalized the party office in Malda, demanding a candidate of their choice in the constituency, reported news agency ANI.

This is part of a recurring pattern that has been observed in a lot of party units in Bengal, with the cadre rebelling against the distribution of tickets in the Assembly election. Apart from Malda, places like Dum Dum, Jalpaiguri and Asansol saw BJP workers protesting and vandalizing their own party offices.

BJP workers set tyres on fire and chanted slogans agains...