PM Modi expresses concern over post election violence in West Bengal, talks to Governor

Political violence has continued unabated since the announcement results of the assembly elections in West Bengal. BJP houses and party offices of BJP activists are being vandalized by alleged Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers and arson is being reported in different areas.

PM Modi expresses concern over post election violence in West Bengal, talks to Governor
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Kolkata: Political violence has continued unabated since the announcement results of the assembly elections in West Bengal. BJP houses and party offices of BJP activists are being vandalized by alleged Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers and arson is being reported in different areas.


Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday spoke to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over phone and expressed concern over the condition of the state. 


West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has given this information by tweeting on Tuesday afternoon. He wrote that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke on the phone today and expressed concern about the violence in West Bengal.


Here, the governor has once again asked the top officials of police and administration to control the situation and normalize the situation as soon as possible. 


The election results have been announced in West Bengal on May 2, Sunday. Violence has continued in the state since then. There have been complaints of sabotage, arson, looting and murder in many districts of West Bengal. The BJP claims that at least nine of its cadres have been killed in attacks by Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers.


On Tuesday, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar again voiced his deep concern over the alleged killing of a BJP worker with clashes in several places and robbery in shops, prompting Director General of Police (DGP) P Neerajanayan and Kolkata Police Commissioner (CP) Somen Mitra The report has been summoned.


Bengalis located all over the world have expressed concern over the chaos.


JP Nadda will sit on a dharna in Kolkata tomorrow against violence


BJP president JP Nadda, who arrived in West Bengal today on a two-day visit, will protest against violence in Kolkata tomorrow.


On Sunday, the BJP shared a video of arson in a party office in which bamboo bullets and roofs are seen burning and disturbed people are seen shouting. Pictures of dead persons and footage of people looting clothes from a shop are going viral on the internet media. 


The BJP claims that at least nine of its activists and supporters have been killed in the attacks so far, including a woman. 

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