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No place for violence in democracy, Mamata Banerjee should control it: Congress | India News


New Delhi: After the BJP and the CPM, the Congress also condemned the post-election violence in West Bengal by the TMC cadre, saying such incidents were unacceptable and the people of the state did not vote for iniquity.
Congress West Bengal in-charge Jitin Prasada on Tuesday alleged that he had been attacked by party workers. Trinamool Congress Workers and women and children were not spared either.
“The violence declared by the TMC against Congress workers is unacceptable. Women and children are not spared either. I am sure the people of West Bengal did not vote for this atrocity,” Prasad said on Twitter.
He said it was the duty of every politician or public servant to speak “against all wrongdoing” and stand with his cadre, regardless of ideology. ”
Asked about the post-poll violence in West Bengal after the Trinamool Congress’ victory in the state, Congress spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil said his party never supports such violence.
He said, “Congress has never supported any kind of violence. The Congress party never supports or supports violence. There is no place for violence in a democracy.”
“We expect that if Mamata Banerjee He has got so much love and votes in Bengal, he should control the violence. ”
“Even though the deceased are BJP workers, we have sympathy for their families,” the Congress leader said.
The BJP has alleged that the state is burning due to state-sponsored violence and some of its workers have been attacked and killed.
Leftists have also claimed that its workers have been targeted.
“Are these reports of horrific violence in Bengal TMC’s ‘Vijay Mahotsav’ condemnable?
CPM leader Sitaram Yechury tweeted that there would be resistance and reprimand. The epidemic releases such mayhem instead of focusing on fighting TMC.

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