New Delhi: BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh on Monday alleged that the party’s ‘goons’ thrashed BJP workers after the Trinamool Congress (TMC) victory in West Bengal. is. Expressing displeasure, he has warned the rival party Trinamool Congress that its MPs, Chief Ministers and MLAs also have to come to Delhi.
Targeting Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the BJP MP from West Delhi tweeted, “TMC goons killed our workers as soon as they won the election, vehicles of BJP workers were broken, houses are on fire.” Remember, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs also have to come to Delhi, consider this as a warning. Defeat is a victory in an election, not a murder.
Four people were killed in a clash between Trinamool Congress and BJP supporters in the Purba Bardhaman district a day after the election results were announced in West Bengal. Official sources gave this information on Monday. The Trinamool Congress claimed that the three people killed by the BJP workers were its supporters while the BJP rejected the allegations.
Violence at many places
A 55-year-old man was killed in a clash in Samaspur between TMC-BJP workers in the Raina police station area on Sunday night. After the clash in the Odishapara area, local sources said that all the injured were taken to different hospitals where Shah Jahan Shah, Vibhash Bagh and Kakali Kshetrapal were declared brought dead. Police said that 23 people have been detained in connection with this incident and a heavy police force has been deployed in the area.
BJP claimed the death of 6 activists
The BJP has shared a video of the alleged arson in a party office in which bamboo bullets and roofs are seen burning and distressed people can be seen shouting. On social media, pictures of dead persons and footage of people fleeing robbing clothes from a shop are becoming viral. BJP has said that 6 of its workers have died in these attacks.
Home Ministry asked for the report
Governor Dhankar, after meeting Home Secretary HK Dwivedi, tweeted, “I had summoned the ACS home because of the increasing incidents of post-election violence in the state and they were asked about the violence and sabotage and steps taken in the post-election state. It has been asked to report. A spokesperson said, “The Home Ministry has sought a report from the West Bengal government on the violence being targeted by opposition political activists in the state.”