West Bengal Violence: 11 deaths in place-after-violence after election results in Bengal, Union Home Ministry sought a report.
Even after announcing the results of the assembly elections in Bengal, the period of violence is not taking a name. Incidents of violence have occurred in various parts from Sunday evening to Monday night.
There are reports of 11 people killed in these incidents. The BJP alleges that nine of them are its workers. While a TMC in Bardhaman and an ISF worker in North 24 Parganas have lost their lives.
In most of the incidents, the blame has been leveled against the Trinamool Congress. The Union Home Ministry has sought a report from the Government of Bengal on the incidents of violence.
The Governor has also summoned the DGP on the violence and arson and sought a report from the Home Secretary.
At the same time, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday evening submitted a memorandum to the Governor regarding the post-election violence.
Homes and shops in Nandigram vandalized.
In Nandigram in East Medinipur district, several houses and shops were vandalized on Monday morning. There was also an attempt to sabotage the BJP office.
The party office of the BJP was also set on fire. The BJP has accused TMC cadres of this, while they have denied it.
Unrest in many areas of Kolkata.
A BJP worker is alleged to have been beaten to death in the Ultadanga area of Kolkata on Sunday night, while unrest continued overnight in Saltlake, Newtown, Bhangra.
A case of day-to-day loot in the shop of BJP supporters in Shivpur-Howrah has also come to light. In Bangur Avenue, Barabazar, Belaghata, Kolkata, Trinamool supporters showed domination after the victory.
Accusations have been leveled against Trinamool Congress workers in all the incidents. Crude bombs have also been found in Bhatpara in North 24 Parganas.
West Bengal Violence: The Center asked for a report from the state government.
The Union Home Ministry has sought a report from the state government on incidents of violence in Bengal.
The Home Ministry said that the government should give full information about the attack on the workers of the opposition parties.
Here, the Governor of Bengal, Jagdeep Dhankar, has summoned the Director-General of Police (DGP) on Monday, taking it seriously.
Along with this, he has also sought a report from the Home Secretary. Dhankar has asked the Bengal Ministry of Home Affairs, Bengal Police, and Mamta Banerjee to take immediate action.
Nadda can come to Bengal today
In the wake of the attack on BJP workers after the election results in Bengal, the party’s national president JP Nadda may visit the state on Tuesday.
Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP national general secretary and in-charge of Bengal, has given information about this. Vijayvargiya said that our party president will try to raise the morale of the workers by visiting here.
Mamta said- BJP and central forces have disturbed a lot.
Trinamool president Mamta Banerjee said that we know that BJP and central forces have troubled us a lot but we have to maintain peace. Currently, we have to fight against Covid-19.