South 24 Parganas: Condemnation of the current Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, BJP National President JP Nadda on Tuesday said the violence perpetrated by his party after the election results in West Bengal speaks volumes about his belief in democracy.
Nadda met family members of BJP activist Deer Adhikari, who was allegedly killed. TMC The militants also met the families of party workers affected by post-election violence in the southern 24 counties after the election results were announced on May 2.
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh, National General Secretary Bhupendra Yadav and General Secretary of State Locket Chatterjee Nadda was also present.
“After the result, TMC goons went to the house of BJP activist deer officer and vandalized it. They attacked and threatened the women and children. They broke the teeth of the officer’s wife. They then dragged the officer out of his house and beat him.” Nadda told the media here.
“Mamata ji, what your party did after winning, it speaks about your belief in democracy. TMC activists and leaders are saying that all these incidents on social media are fake. You have seen how the deer officer’s wife and son were crying. I urge the media to tell the truth to the nation, “the BJP president said.
BJP president JP Nadda is on a two-day visit to West Bengal from Tuesday to protest against the alleged atrocities on party workers in the state by the verdict. Trinamool Congress (TMC) Government.
“The events we witnessed after the West Bengal election results shocked and worried us. I heard about such incidents during the partition of India. We have never seen such intolerance after the results of the polls in independent India,” Nadda told reporters. ” Before moving to South 24 Parganas in Kolkata.
Several shops and residences were vandalized by TMC activists in Gopal Nagar area of South 24 Parganas. “On May 2, TMC goons attacked my house because my husband was a BJP polling agent,” Shefali Das told ANI. They also threatened to sell our property and leave.
The smugglers vandalized the BJP office and some shops on Ghoshpara Road in Bhatpara on Monday and at least 13 crude bombs were hurled in the area on Monday.
Shopkeepers alleged that the TMC was behind the attack as the area is believed to belong to BJP supporters.
However, the local TMC leader denied the allegations and said that BJP insiders were behind the incident.
BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya He said BJP offices in Howrah had been vandalized.
In Hindi, Kailash Vijayvargiya tweeted, “TMC goons and activists have vandalized BJP offices in Howrah. Goods have been stolen from there. BJP workers are being beaten in their homes.”
“Dancing Mamta Gini Jeet, his workers are vandalizing the houses of BJP workers. More than nine BJP workers have been killed so far, he said.
The Trinamool Congress, led by Mamata Banerjee, won 213 seats in the recently concluded West Bengal Assembly elections. This Bharatiya Janata Party The state assembly, which has 294 seats, won 77 seats. However, the election for two seats in Movidabad has been postponed due to death of candidates due to Kovid-19.