On Tuesday, the National Human Rights Commission took cognizance of the violence in West Bengal and ordered a spot investigation by forming a team.
Himant Biswa Sarma. (File Photo)
The orgy of violence has resumed in the state with the return of Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee to the West Bengal Assembly elections once again. Since the election results, there have been frequent incidents of murder of BJP workers, looting, sabotage and arson in homes. Meanwhile, Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said that about 300-400 BJP workers have entered Assam after fleeing from their homes in West Bengal amid the post-election violence.
At the same time, SP NN Tripathi of Birbhum said that yesterday the news of rape of women and molestation of some other women in Nanur is being circulated on social media. We verified the information and also spoke to the local BJP leaders, they are unaware of any such incident. I inform everyone that this is fake news.
Around 300-400 BJP workers entered Assam, fleeing their homes in West Bengal amid post-poll violence: Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) May 4, 2021
Since y’day news on rape of 2 women & molestation of some other women in Nanoor is being circulated on social media. We verified the info & also spoke to local BJP leaders, they’re unaware of any such incident. I inform everyone that it’s fake news: NN Tripathi, SP, Birbhum, WB pic.twitter.com/F17iEq4yH5
– ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021
On Tuesday, the National Human Rights Commission took cognizance of the violence in West Bengal and ordered a spot investigation by forming a team. The National Commission for Women says that after the assembly elections, women are also being beaten up in Nandigram, Bengal.
On Tuesday itself, BJP National President JP Nadda went to the house of the BJP workers who were victims of violence and consoled the people of his family and said that every BJP worker is with him. He said that the BJP leaders will go to the house of all the workers. Will give the family a blast. The fight for justice will leave no stone unturned to establish justice in Bengal.
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