BJP president JP Nadda on two-day trip to Bengal amid violence

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BJP president JP Nadda is on a tour of Bengal. He held a meeting with the BJP’s winning MLAs in Kolkata. During this, he asked his legislators to do development work in the state. At the same time, Nadda targeted the Mamta government. Raising the issue of violence, he said that, as the election results have come to the state, there has been a spurt of political violence. We will fight this battle till the turning point.

Along with this, Nadda said, “The pictures I saw at the time of Partition were looking fresh. Those who should be protected are the people responsible for this violence. Such people take an oath, everyone has the right to take oath in democracy, but we also take an oath that political violence will end from the soil of Bengal.”

Let me tell you, on May 2, the election results of Bengal came. In which TMC won big. At the same time, Mamata won 213 seats. At the same time, BJP could win only 77 seats. After the election results, there were clashes between TMC-BJP supporters in different cities of Bengal. In which many BJP leaders have suffered serious injuries.

In the BJP office in Kolkata, BJP National President JP Nadda said, ‘We will carry forward PM Modi’s resolve to bring Bengal into the mainstream of development. We will play a new story of development, playing the role of a creative opposition. ‘

At the same time, Mamata Banerjee took the oath of Chief Minister for the third time today.
During this, the Governor of West Bengal congratulated Chief Minister Mamata. The governor said, ‘Hope that the rule will run as per the constitution and the rule of law. Our priority is to end this insensitive violence. It is expected that the CM will take immediate steps to restore the rule of law.


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