West Bengal Election After the political uproar over violence has intensified. On Tuesday, BJP national president JP Naddi reached Kolkata to meet BJP workers suffering in the violence. Here he said that the widespread post-election violence in West Bengal reminded him of the atrocities that people had to face during the partition of the country. At the same time, the party’s Bengal chief Dilip Ghosh said that the party stands with the activists who are facing the atrocities of the goons affiliated with the Trinamool Congress.
Please tell that Nadda reached Bengal on Tuesday to meet the violence affected people. Here he inspired the party workers in the state to fight against brutality in a democratic manner. Nadda, who arrived on a two-day visit to West Bengal, said BJP workers across India have expressed solidarity with activists of the state who are facing violent attacks. He said, ‘We are committed to fight this ideological battle and the activities of Trinamool Congress, which is full of intolerance. I have heard about the atrocities during Partition, but I have not seen the post-election violence that is happening in the state after the election results are declared in West Bengal (on 2 May). ‘
Bengal in the grip of violence
Let us know that West Bengal is under the grip of post-election violence and during this period many BJP workers allegedly died. Many others were injured. The Center has also sought a report from the state government on the incidents of attacks on opposition activists. Meanwhile, the party’s state chief Dilip Ghosh said, ‘I have not done politics to run away in adverse conditions. We have fought a difficult battle. BJP has won a record 77 seats in the West Bengal assembly elections. On the other hand, the Trinamool Congress has won by winning 213 seats and will form the government for the third time in a row.
Ghosh accused TMC
Ghosh claimed that attacks were being carried out in places where the Trinamool Congress won by an overwhelming majority. He said that but the BJP leadership is standing with its workers who have contested the election putting their lives at risk. The state BJP president said, ‘We are fighting and will continue to fight even further. Today or tomorrow Bengal will witness the change in the hands of BJP. ‘
BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha said, ‘We will analyze the result later. Our highest duty is to stand with the workers. ‘ The BJP has claimed that 6 of its workers have been killed at various places. In Hooghly district an office of the party was burnt and shops of its supporters were burnt in many areas. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that after receiving reports of post-election violence in several districts, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called him and expressed outrage at the state of law and order situation.