Several BJP workers were killed and many were injured in the clashes and shops being looted during the violence.
Jaypee Nadda. (File Photo)
BJP National President JP Nadda (JP Nadda) will visit West Bengal (West Bengal) on May 4-5. This Bengal tour of Nadda will be in the wake of the violence (Violence) after the results of the assembly elections are declared. He will also meet the families of the victims of violence. Bengal witnessed widespread violence on Monday in which several BJP workers were killed and many injured when they allegedly clashed and looted shops. The Union Home Ministry has sought a factual report from the state government in the incident of the attack on opposition activists.
The BJP has announced a nationwide dharna in West Bengal against the violence that followed the election results. This protest will take place in all organizational circles of BJP by following all Kovid protocols. At the same time, BJP leader Swapan Das Gupta tweeted, “The situation of Nanur in Birbhum district is worrisome. More than a thousand Hindu families have come out to escape the crowd. There have been reports of molestation and mistreatment of women. Amit Shah, please provide some security here. “
Video of arson in BJP party office
The BJP has shared a video of arson in a party office in which bamboo bullets and roofs are seen burning and troubled people are seen shouting. On social media, pictures of dead persons and footage of people fleeing robbing clothes from a shop are becoming viral. The BJP claims that at least six of its activists and supporters have been killed in the attacks, including a woman. The BJP is blaming the Trinamool for this.
The BJP shared a video with journalists showing the vandalism at the party office in Nandigram. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee lost the election to Shubhendu Adhikari of BJP on this seat. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar summoned the state home secretary, director general of police (DGP) and Kolkata police commissioner and directed them to restore peace.
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