West Bengal violence, BJP MP’s threat – remember TMC leaders and Chief Minister will also have to come to Delhi.
Political violence in West Bengal after the election results. On the day of the show, the BJP office in Kolkata was set on fire. Two party members were allegedly beaten on Monday, according to sources. Meanwhile, Parvesh Sahib Singh, a BJP MP from West Delhi in the Lok Sabha, made a controversial remark. He warned that leaders of the Trinamool Congress should also come to Delhi.
He said that after the TMC won the elections, TMC thugs killed our employees. The vehicles of the workers were damaged. The miscreants are setting fire to their homes. TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, and MLAs will all be required to travel to Delhi. Take this as a warning. In an election, defeat is a win, not a murder. Meanwhile, Anil Baluni, a BJP MP from Uttarakhand, has targeted the Trinamool. On social media, he also posted a video of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
West Bengal violence; BJP’s charge – attacks on Mamata’s instigation:
The Home Ministry has requested a report from the Bengal government on the opposition party’s employees being targeted. Attacks on BJP employees are being carried out on Mamata Banerjee’s orders, according to BJP chief Kailash Vijayvargiya. Meanwhile, JP Nadda, the party’s national president, is visiting in West Bengal on Tuesday.
The BJP has agreed to fight back against attacks on its West Bengal employees. The BJP has announced that on May 5, party workers in every mandal will stage a sit-in protest against the violence. At this time, the COVID-19 protocol will be followed.
Political violence in west bengal, attack on BJP office:
The BJP office and a few shops in Bhatpada, North 24 Parganas, were attacked and vandalised on Monday. Bombs were also dropped during this period. TMC gangs allegedly looted my store, according to one source. At least ten bombs have been exploded in this area. In Cooch Behar, there have also been allegations of abuse from Sitalkuchi. In Nandigram, the BJP office was vandalised. In Haldia, some miscreants beat up media persons on Sunday evening.
West Bengal violence, Governor sought answers from police officers:
Governor Jagdeep Dhankar called the Director General of Police (DGP) and the Kolkata Police Commissioner on Monday to address the law and order situation in Political violence in West Bengal. According to him, the state’s killings are a result of a dangerous situation following the election results. Officers have been instructed to take any and all measures order to sustain the rule of law.
TMC got 214 seats, BJP got 76 seats But Mamata Banerjee lost:
Bengal’s election results were announced on the final day. TMC has come out on top in this one. Mamata Banerjee could be selected Chief Minister for the third time in a row. Despite the fact that she herself was rejected by Nandigram in the election. Shubhendu Adhikari of the BJP beats him. In Bengal, Trinamool has 214 seats, while the BJP has 76. One seat is independent, while the other is assigned to RSMP.