Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Monday summoned Director General of Police (DG) P Neerajanayan and Kolkata Police Commissioner (CP) Somen Mitra over the matter.
Photo: Governor Jagdeep Dhankar holds a meeting with DG and CP of Kolkata.
Since the Trinamool Congress (TMC) victory in West Bengal (West Bengal), state BJP president Dilip Ghosh has said violence over the killing of BJP workers, looting, sabotage and arson in the state continuously. Is getting out of range. He said that after the Trinamool victory, incidents of attacks and assassination of BJP workers are coming out from every assembly constituency of the state. During the 24 hours, 9 people have been killed.
On the other hand, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Monday summoned Director General of Police (DG) P Neerajanayan and Kolkata Police Commissioner (CP) Somen Mitra over the matter. During the afternoon, both of them met Governor Jagdeep Dhankar at Raj Bhavan. P Neerjanayan has assured the Governor that the police have started registering cases on the incidents of violence taking place across the state and action is also being taken. Peace restoration will be ensured in any case.
Violence is happening continuously after the election results
Dilip Ghosh said that Shobha Rani Mandal has been murdered in Jagdal. His son was a booth worker. He was being beaten and beaten to save Shobharani, but he too was put to death. A BJP worker named Uttam Ghosh has been murdered in Ranaghat. Abhijit Sarkar has been stabbed to death in Beliaghata, Haran officer has been killed in Sonarpur. He was beaten to death. In Sitalkuchi, 19-year-old BJP workers named Manik Maitra have been shot from the Point Blank range.
If there is no action, we will agitate.
Dilip Ghosh said that we have spoken with the officials of the administration. Violence is taking place in front of the police. Thousands of our workers have left home and fled. Arrangements have been made to keep them in place. If the state government is not successful in handling the situation then the situation will worsen. He said that if the government does not take steps, then those people will be bound for the movement. It is noteworthy that after the counting of votes, attacks have started on BJP workers across the state. The BJP office has been set on fire in Nandigram from where Mamta Banerjee has been defeated. A video has emerged from the former Burdwan in which Trinamool activists, who were holding a rally celebrating the victory, entered the house on the way and smashed their roof with sticks. Those present there were beaten to death.