Bengal BJP Leaders Protest Against “Violence” Targeting Party Workers

Bengal BJP Leaders Protest Against “Violence” Targeting Party Workers

Bengal BJP Leaders Protest Against 'Violence' Targeting Party Workers

West Bengal BJP Leaders protest in view of post-poll violence in State.

New Delhi:

Leaders of the West Bengal BJP, together with its president Dilip Ghosh and several other MPs, sat on a dharna right here on Wednesday to protest in opposition to the alleged political violence focusing on celebration employees within the state.

The saffron celebration organized comparable applications in West Bengal on a day Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee addressed her celebration’s annual Martyrs’ Day rally in Kolkata and hit out on the Narendra Modi authorities on the Center over the Pegasus snooping row.

Mr Ghosh slammed the West Bengal authorities for violence within the state.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has alleged that a lot of its employees and their households and properties have been focused by TMC supporters within the state after Banerjee led her celebration to an enormous win within the Assembly polls, the outcomes of which have been declared on May 2.

The TMC has denied the cost and claimed that there was little violence since Banerjee took oath as chief minister for the third time.

In a tweet, BJP nationwide president JP Nadda stated, “Entire nation is watching ballot violence in opposition to BJP employees in West Bengal. In this violence, most atrocities have been inflicted on girls, Dalits and youngsters. We will combat democratically to demolish Mamata Banerjee’s dictatorial Mindset.”

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