Post-poll violence in Bengal: Centre seeks report, BJP targets Mamata

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BJP party office at Arambagh had been set ablaze may 2.

West Bengal features reported a few incidents of physical violence after results for Assembly elections had been announced on Sunday (might 2). With the Trinamool Congress registering an overwhelming triumph, reports of assault on BJP workplaces and workers started pouring in from throughout the condition. 

Vehicle of Suvendu Adhikari, which defeated TMC primary Mamata Banerjee in a cliffhanger battle in Nandigram, was also apparently attacked on Sunday night. 

The BJP additionally alleged that four of their workers were killed in the state in post-poll assault. In a tweet, BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who is the party’s in-charge when it comes to condition, said its four employees being killed and more than 4,000 homes ransacked in incidents of post-poll result assault.

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“pay attention @MamataOfficial. It’s your responsibility to safeguard individuals of condition with given the mandate for your requirements. However never ever had been a CM with compassion. We will battle tooth & nail this time around with 18 MPs & 77 MLAs,” BJP general secretary B L Santhosh said in a tweet. 

Home Ministry seeks report

The Home Ministry in a page into the West Bengal Chief Secretary features asked him to publish an in depth report regarding assault that broke call at parts of their state on Sunday night whilst styles and results from Assembly election had been pouring in.

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“MHA features asked western Bengal Government for a study from the post election physical violence focusing on resistance governmental workers in the state,” home Ministry Spokesperson tweeted.

Mamata urges supporters to keep up comfort 
Earlier these days dealing with the media, Mamata Banerjee urged the woman supporters to keep comfort amid reports of violence from some areas, asking all of them to not ever fall victim to provocations.

The main forces committed many atrocities on TMC supporters throughout the elections, she alleged.

“Even after the results had been established, BJP attacked our followers in a few areas but we ask our men not to get provoked and rather report to law enforcement,” Banerjee stated.

She alleged that some police officers had worked in a partisan way against the TMC throughout the elections.

(With inputs from companies)

Published at Mon, 03 might 2021 15:14:21 +0000