West Bengal has witnessed repeated incidents of ‘political violence’ with the TMC and the BJP indulging in a blame-game over the attacks.
ममता बैनर्जी की पार्टी कितनी हिंसक है, इसका जीवंत उदाहरण है भाजपा नेता श्री रंजीत सिंह और उनके बेटों पर #TMC के गुंडों का जानलेवा हमला।
बांकड़ा बाज़ार में उनके साथ लौट रहे अन्य भाजपा कार्यकर्ताओं को भी तृणमूल के गुंडों ने बुरी तरह से पीटा।
हिंसा की इस राजनीति का अंत निकट है। pic.twitter.com/a0Xb1dvdMJ
— Kailash Vijayvargiya (@KailashOnline) January 31, 2021
On 31st January BJP had organized a grand membership rally at the Dumurjala Stadium, Howrah, West Bengal. At least three BJP workers were badly injured on their way to the party event. BJP workers Ranjit Singh, Rana Vishal Singh, and Kunal Singh were brutally attacked by TMC supporters in the Bankra PS area of Howrah and immediately shifted to SSKM hospital in Kolkata.
Two of them were said to be in a very critical condition. However, the TMC has completely refuted all allegations of assault. Visuals clearly show that three of them were assaulted by a reckless mob on the road in Bankra, Howrah.
The grand joining rally organized at Dumurjala, Howrah by the saffron party was addressed virtually by Union Home Minister and BJP leader Shri Amit Shah. The event was aimed at welcoming those TMC leaders who joined Bharatiya Janata Party in the past few days after being disillusioned with CM Mamata Banerjee-led TMC.
Former West Bengal Forest Minister Rajib Banerjee, a legislator from Howrah’s Bally constituency Vaishali Dalmiya, Uttarpara MLA Prabir Ghoshal, ex-Howrah mayor Rathin Chakraborti and Bengali actor Rudranil Ghosh, who had joined BJP on Saturday, were present on the stage with Union Minister Smriti Irani, BJP state unit President Dilip Ghosh, Party’s National Vice-President Mukul Roy and General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya.
(Featured Image Source: Zee News)
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