New Delhi: There are reports of violence after elections in Bengal. However, both the parties have blamed each other for this. Meanwhile, news has surfaced of a BJP worker throwing bombs at Bhatpada in Bengal.
According to ANI news, unidentified people hurled bombs at the house of a BJP worker in Kankinara area of Bhatpada yesterday. BJP activist Raj Vishwas said, “I have seen CCTVs of three persons throwing bombs at my house. My house is panicked. Police came here and demanded CCTV footage.
Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry has sought a report from the government on the West Bengal violence. It is reported that the report was sought two days ago. Its reminder was sent on Wednesday. Today it has been said that if the report is not sent, the ministry will take it seriously. Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has written a letter in this regard.
At the same time, a situation of confrontation between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar is visible in the state over the election violence. The Governor appealed to curb the violence, raising questions about the ongoing violence in the state after the assembly election results.
Governor Dhankar during his congratulatory speech advised Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to rein in the violence. Reacting to this, Mamata Banerjee said that the administration was in the hands of the Election Commission for the last three months. The old administrative officers of each district were removed by the Election Commission. Mamta Banerjee somewhere blamed the Election Commission for this violence.