Kolkata: The assembly elections in West Bengal may have ended, but the violence is not taking a name. Another big news is coming from West Bengal about violence.
Now in West Midnapur, Bengal, the car of Minister of State for External Affairs V Murleedharan has been attacked by the locals. This information has been tweeted by V Muraleedharan himself.
He has accused the Trinamool Congress workers of the attack. At the same time, TMC says that this is the result of the mutual rivalry of BJP.
This is the whole case
Union minister and BJP leader V Muraleedharan are going to Bengal to encourage his workers. He was going to meet the BJP worker at his house, then his convoy was attacked with sticks on the way. During this, the glass of his vehicles broke.
Union Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan tweeted and shared this information. He has shared a video. In the caption of this video, he wrote- ‘My car was attacked by TMC goons during the tour of West Medinipur, glass was broken, my staff was also attacked, I had to leave my tour in the middle and come back. is.’
It is being told that he has been attacked in Panchkhuri of the KGT Rural Assembly. Let us tell you that despite the end of elections in Bengal, there are reports of continuous violence.
A 4-member team appointed by the Ministry of Home Affairs, headed by an additional secretary-level officer, arrived in Kolkata on Thursday to assess the ground situation following the violence that followed the election results.
On the same day, after taking oath as Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee said that there is no place for violence in Bengal. Strict action will be taken against whoever is responsible for the violent incidents.