Accusing Central Paramilitary forces of “misbehaving and unleashing a reign of terror” during the fifth and penultimate phase of West Bengal assembly election, the Trinamool Congress on Saturday claimed that irrespective of it the party has already reached comfortable majority to form the next government.”The Central paramilitary forces has unleashed a reign of terror. They have locked up clubs in various constituencies. The way they have been unleashing terror it seemed that they have been working under the instruction of someone else. They even misbehaved with voters,” TMC vice-president Mukul Roy told reporters.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Roy, however, exuded confidence and claimed that TMC had already crossed the majority mark after the fourth phase of polls and will get a “comfortable majority” after fifth phase of polls.”As we had said that we had already got the majority after the fourth phase of polls. But in spite of so much of terror we have achieved a comfortable majority after this phase,” Roy said.Earlier in the day senior Trinamool Congress ministers accused Central paramilitary forces of misbehaving with voters “in the name of maintaining law and order”.”The Central paramilitary forces in the name of maintaining law and order are misbehaving with voters and the common people. They are frisking people without any reason, beating voters. We condemn this. But irrespective of such intimidation, we will win the polls,” senior TMC leader and state Panchayat Minister Subrata Mukherjee said.”The paramilitary forces have a language barrier. But local police is there to help them overcome that. We are 100 per cent sure about winning the polls after the results are announced,” senior TMC leader and state Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said after casting his vote in Behala West Constituency.West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee had during her election campaign few days back lashed out at Central forces for imposing “curfew” in areas where polls are on.A heavy voter turnout of 78.25 per cent was registered till 5 PM today in the fifth and penultimate phase of Assembly polls in West Bengal, which saw sporadic incidents of violence that left at least 15 injured.