Kolkata: BJP President J.P. Nadda On Wednesday a symbolic oath was taken here to protect democracy and “save the people” West Bengal From the cycle of political violence “.
Nadda, who attended a rally near the Gandhi statue in the city center on Tuesday, said his party would ensure that the entire country was informed about the widespread violence in the state after the announcement of the Assembly election results.
“I will visit districts like North 24 Parganas to stand by our members after the end of this atrocity … We want to let the whole country know about this,” Nadda said at the event. Saffron camp on it Hastings Office here.
The BJP has claimed that at least six of its activists and supporters, including a woman, were involved in the allegations. TMC After his victory in the Assembly elections.
“We will continue to help the people of Bengal and make their dreams come true. We will try to break this chain of political violence,” the state BJP chief said at the event. Dilip Ghosh Among others.