Kolkata: After the election, a period of political violence has started in West Bengal. Following the election results, incidents of assaults and assassinations in West Bengal has come to light.
The BJP office in Arambagh was set ablaze. Coochbehar also witnessed violence. The BJP has blamed Mamata Banerjee's party TMC for these incidents. At the same time, BJP alleges that these workers are being attacked on the instigation of Mamata Banerjee.
At the same time, against this political violence, BJP has announced a nationwide dharna demonstration on Wednesday, May 5. BJP president JP Nadda is going to West Bengal.
Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry has also taken cognizance of such violence in the state. The ministry has asked the state government to report on the violence committed after the elections in the state targeting the leaders of the opposition party.
Within 24 hours of the election results in West Bengal, many BJP workers were killed. Many workers were seriously injured. The houses and shops of many party workers were also burnt.
According to the BJP, more than 140 BJP workers have been killed so far under the rule of Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress (TMC) government. Despite this, the state administration is blind.
Within 24 hours of the election result, many BJP workers are reported to have been murdered. BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra posted a video of the attack on social media. In this, some people celebrating the victory are entering and demolishing a house.
To increase the morale of BJP workers, party president JP Nadda is reaching West Bengal today. JP Nadda will stay in West Bengal for two days to meet the families of the victims of violence and express condolences. At the same time, BJP has announced a nationwide protest against this violence, following the Covid-19 guidelines.