Kolkata: TMC chief Mamata Banerjee is going to take oath as Chief Minister of West Bengal for the third time today. Meanwhile, the BJP has planned a series of nationwide protests against the violence in the state after the elections.
Against this violence, BJP is going to protest against TMC across the country today. In West Bengal, when Mamata Banerjee is swearing in as Chief Minister, BJP President JP Nadda will lead the protest.
BJP President JP Nadda has reached Kolkata. In Kolkata today, JP Nadda and Dilip Ghosh will sit on a dharna themselves. BJP president JP Nadda and Dilip Ghosh will hold protests at the party's Hastings office.
Apart from this, JP Nadda also has a program to meet the family of many BJP workers today. The BJP will protest against West Bengal violence in different parts of the country today.
Earlier, BJP President JP Nadda said on Tuesday that the widespread post-election violence in West Bengal reminded of the atrocities people faced during the partition of the country. JP Nadda inspired the party workers in the state to fight in a democratic manner against "cruelty".
After the assembly election results, West Bengal has witnessed tremendous violence. The situation in Odishapara, Cooch Behar, Samaspur, Purba Bardhaman and Arambagh remains quite grim. BJP leaders and activists were attacked. Their shops were looted. The BJP has blamed the TMC for all this.
The TMC has come to power for the third consecutive time by winning 213 out of 292 seats in the West Bengal assembly elections. BJP has won 77 seats. Other parties have won two seats.