- Advertisement -spot_img
Sunday, May 16, 2021

BJP’s sharp response to the violence erupted after the results in West Bengal, party president JP Nadda met the affected

Must read

Nation World News Deskhttps://nationworldnews.com
Nation World News is the fastest emerging news website covering all the latest news, world’s top stories, science news entertainment sports cricket’s latest discoveries, new technology gadgets, politics news, and more.

New Delhi: Violence and arson has continued in different parts of West Bengal after the results of the assembly elections. The Bharatiya Janata Party alleges that this violence in West Bengal is being instigated under the patronage of the Trinamool Congress (TMC), which won the assembly elections.

Party national president JP Nadda visited West Bengal on Tuesday to meet BJP workers and their families affected by the violence. There they In South 24 Parganas Haran went to the residence of Adhikari (BJP worker).

On this occasion, Nadda said in a media interaction that TMC activists attacked the officer’s house. He committed vandalism, threatened women and children, attacked them and broke his wife’s teeth. They then dragged the officer out of his house and beat him up. she passed away.

At the same time, JP Nadda targeted Mamata Banerjee and said – Mamata, what did your party do after the victory? While you speak about your faith in democracy. TMC activists and leaders are saying that all these incidents on social media are fake. You saw how Haran Adhikari’s wife and son were crying. I request the media to tell the truth.

SignificantlyShuvendu Adhikari also accused TMC workers of assaulting his car on Tuesday after defeating Mamata Banerjee from Digram seat by 1736 votes. Shwendu tweeted and said, Trinamool wants to create an atmosphere of terror in Bengal. Today my car was attacked in Haldia. An attempt was made to break the glass of the car by throwing stones.

The BJP alleges that nine people have been killed in the violence that erupted in the last 24 hours in West Bengal. Party officials filed their complaint in this context in front of Governor Jagdeep Dhankar. Hearing this, the Governor on Monday The DGP instructed the West Bengal Police and the Kolkata Police Commissioner to immediately control the ever-increasing incidents of arson, looting and violence in the state.


More articles

Leave a Reply

Latest news