Monday, May 10, 2021

BJP protests against Bengal political violence

Bhopal: BJP workers protested at party office on Wednesday against the violence allegedly unleashed by the TMC workers post party’s win in West Bengal Assembly elections. Several senior BJP leaders including Home Minister Narottam Mishra, BJP State President VD Sharma, Union Minister Pahlad Patel and Agriculture Minister Kamal Patel sat on the strike  shouting slogans against Mamata Banerjee.

After the declaration of West Bengal Assembly election results on May 2, the politics of revenge has started in the state. The ruling TMC workers resorted to violence  targeting the BJP workers across state. Allegedly they are killing BJP workers and burning their houses, shops and places of business.

Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that the workers of Bharatiya Janata Party were protesting there under the leadership of BJP National President JP Nadda. “Today, Violence is rampant under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee and they are killing innocent people based on their political affiliation”, he added.

He further said, “the Bharatiya Janata Party is demonstrating against the land mafia, sand mafia which have grown in the last 10 years of Mamata’s rule along with the violence that has become a common thing. We demand that military rule should be imposed in Bengal”.

State President VD Sharma said, “Today, the sit-in demonstration is being done under the leadership of Nadda ji. Our party workers from Bengal are not alone. They have our full support and this Gunda Raj of didi will not be tolerated”.

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