After the election, the Union Home Ministry has summoned a report from the Bengal government regarding the violence.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (File photo)
Since the announcement of the West Bengal Election Result, the killings of BJP workers across the state, frequent attacks on their homes and offices, arson, looting, PM Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) Calling Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar (Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar) expressed concern. Explain that in this case, the Union Home Ministry has summoned a report from the state government. Today, BJP National President JP Nadda is coming to Bengal and will meet the aggrieved workers.
Please tell that before this, the Governor has summoned an immediate report from Director General of Police (DG) P Neerajanayan and Kolkata Police (CP) Commissioner Somen Mitra on Tuesday. On Tuesday, the DG and CP met the Governor and assured them of action. Despite that, violence is not taking the name of stopping. The governor tweeted on Tuesday, “The reports reflect a frightening situation. Frightened people are running to save themselves. There is a flood of appeals in SOS. Harmad is creating a massacre of murder and destruction. Such a relationship towards constitutional values cannot be assumed. CM Mamta Banerjee should handle the system.
The governor tweeted and said, “The PM called and expressed his grave anguish and concern over the state of law and order which is seriously worrying.” I share serious concerns with CM Mamata Banerjee. Violence, vandalism, arson, loot and murders continue unabated in the state. Control over it is very important. “
PM called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law & order situation @MamataOfficial
I share grave concerns @PMOIndia given that violence vandalism, arson. loot and killings continue unabated.
Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order.
– Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@ jdhankhar1) May 4, 2021
Please tell that after 48 hours of the election results, 9 workers died in this violence. The BJP has announced a sit-in on May 5 against the violence across the country. There is constant condemnation for the attack on BJP workers, although TMC is completely rejecting the charge of attack.
PM makes a call to West Bengal governor on ‘political violence’. (Exaggerated 214%)
Stop the stunts, Mr Prime Minister. Work the phones on #COVID19India or this👇https://t.co/6uysFn4cQO
– Derek O’Brien | Derek O’Brien (erederekobrienmp) May 4, 2021
On the other hand, TMC spokesman Kunal Ghosh claimed that the people of the state have rejected the BJP. PM Narendra Modi is not calling the Chief Minister and calling the Governor. It is clear that he is not following the orders of the people of the state. On the other hand, TMC Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien has tweeted that the Prime Minister should stop the stunt and work for the Corona fight instead of calling.
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