Another BJP booth worker, Sudarshan Pramanik, has been killed – this time on the morning of 15th August 2020, during the flag hoisting ceremony held to celebrate Bharat’s 74th Independence Day, in the Arambagh subdivision of Hooghly, West Bengal after a clash broke out between the workers of the TMC and the BJP.
As per reports, the scuffle ensued at about 9:30 in the morning; leaders of both BJP and TMC were hoisting the tricolor within close proximity. A verbal spat between the two groups broke out almost immediately. The situation escalated and took a violent turn leading to bombings around the region.
Party workers attacked each other with sharp weapons and this violence ended with one life lost, that of BJP worker of booth number 246, Sudarshan Pramanik. Pramanik was rushed to Natibpur Primary health center immediately but doctors declared him dead on arrival. Another BJP worker who has sustained grave injuries was block General Secretary Smarajit Samanta. He was also taken to the hospital and is under treatment.
Arambagh district president of the BJP, Biman Ghosh informed that the workers of the BJP, who had assembled for the flag hoisting to celebrate Bharat’s 74th Independence Day, were attacked by TMC goons.
“The attackers have murdered our booth worker Sudarshan Pramanik while another injured party worker has been admitted and is in critical condition,” he said.
BJP Bengal’s official twitter handle has condemned the killing in strongest words and taken an oath towards a Bengal free of Mamata Banerjee.
Sudarshan Pramanik, booth worker from Arambagh was brutally murdered while flag hoisting on Independence Day. Suspects are from the ruling party who are on a killing spree even on the Independence Day. We must take a pledge for a #MamataMuktoBengal today. pic.twitter.com/zSPvilpUwg
— BJP Bengal (@BJP4Bengal) August 15, 2020
Pramanik’s death adds to the numerous murders of BJP leaders/workers in the state in recent weeks – Debendra Nath Roy (MLA), Purna Chandra Das (booth president), Bapi Ghosh (worker), Shakuntala Haldar (panchayat candidate) and her husband are some of the others who have been found hanging or dead in suspicious circumstances, with families alleging foul play by TMC. Reportedly, Khanakul Police have also started an investigation into Sudarshan Pramanik’s murder.
While BJP supporters in West Bengal are concerned with the lawlessness prevalent in the state, the absence of security for opposition workers, and the Coronavirus-ravaged medical situation, Mamata Banerjee’s supporters are plotting another partition of Bharat.
Kalyani University student claims Bharat will be divided to form another Islamic state
The TMC turned into an Islamist-abetting political association soon after gaining power in West Bengal. In the last 9 years, this has emboldened radicals within the Muslim community to grow adamant and aggressive with impunity, often making outrageous & seditious demands. They form mobs within minutes to attack police stations, hospitals and vandalize public property. They paid no heeds to the lockdown advisory and have held mass congregations and offered namaz on Fridays in front of the police. Rabid Islamist Siddiqullah Chowdhury, who is also an MLA representing the All India Trinamool Congress, is notorious for his communal speeches.
Represented by such radical leaders and shielded by the minority appeasing government, Islamists openly share their plans of dividing Bharat again. Beharampur resident Sabina Khan appears to be a young lady. As per her Facebook page, she is a student at the University of Kalyani. She appears to be a supporter pf the Mamata Banerjee government, as evident from her pictures on Facebook. She recently posted that “they” will create another Islamic country after breaking Bharat.
Screengrabs of her outrageous statements have gone viral after being shared widely by netizens. Her secessionist intentions constitute treason but West Bengal police didn’t take any action against her for a long time. Now, some Facebook users have claimed that police has apprehended Sabina Khan after receiving multiple complaints, but we have not been able to corroborate these claims.
Under the current regime, the secessionist sentiments of certain anti-Bharat sections of West Bengal have been encouraged. Islamists and Communists have both been eyeing an opportunity to separate West Bengal from Bharat, while some, driven by extreme language-identity, have shown eagerness to join Bangladesh. The state administration has failed in containing such anti-national elements. The trend doesn’t auger well for the future of Bengal, which will, in the end, be decided by the result of the 2021 elections.
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