Incidents of continuous violence are decreasing after the West Bengal Assembly elections.
File photo: Violence in Bengal.
Incidents of continuous violence are decreasing after the West Bengal Assembly elections. The BJP has been continuously accusing workers of killing, attacking and rendering them homeless. The BJP had given a memorandum against this to the Governor of the state, Jagdeep Dhankhar. Along with the Central team, the Human Rights Commission team also visited. Now 18 MPs of the BJP state will give a letter to the President and will plead for justice. A delegation of BJP will also meet the President and give a memorandum to him.
BJP MP Soumitra Khan said that 40 BJP workers have been killed in the state after the election results were declared on May 2. The house of 60 thousand people was burnt and more than one lakh BJP workers are still homeless and have taken shelter in different places. Even after that, there is continuous violence and the state government has completely failed to rein in the violence. On the other hand, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar called for a report from the Chief Secretary regarding the violence after the elections.
Chief Secretary @MamataOfficial called on to brief me on alarming law and order situation post polls.
As he was not possessed of any inputs in this behalf no headway could be made. In this situation have urged him to update with all aspects and then update. pic.twitter.com/hHvtvPyw52
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) June 7, 2021
BJP demonstrated against violence
On the other hand, Jagdal in North 24 Parganas adjoining Kolkata witnessed a massive protest on Monday against the killing of a BJG worker and the incident of bombing of a local market by a particular community, ransacking shops and looting. Locals gathered in hundreds have protested by blocking Ghospada Road. There was a massive protest for about 40 minutes. After receiving the information, a police team led by senior officers was present on the spot.
BJP MP Arjun Singh attacked Mamta
BJP MP Arjun Singh also reached the spot. He supported the protests of the people and said that seven shops were vandalized and looted on Sunday. Police were present on the spot, but still the bombing continued. Arjun Singh also joined the people protesting here, about which the police personnel tried to stop. After this he also had a dispute with the police. However, later Arjun Singh told the media that the police has become completely helpless. There is political pressure on them and it has been said that action is not to be taken against the jihadis who indulge in looting and violence because Mamata Banerjee’s government has come from their vote. Arjun Singh claimed that some policemen have told him that there is a clear instruction not to take any action against the particular community.
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