- Violence has continued since the election results in West Bengal
- BJP and TMC accusing each other of violence
- BJP MP said- TMC MPs and CM also have to come to Delhi
Following the results of the West Bengal assembly elections, there are reports of violence in Bengal. BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh, meanwhile, alleged that the party’s ‘goons’ had beaten up BJP workers after the Trinamool Congress (TMC) victory in West Bengal. Parvesh Sahib Singh warned TMC that its MPs, Chief Ministers and MLAs would also come to Delhi.
‘Remember Trinamool MPs, CM also has to come to Delhi’
Targeting Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the BJP MP from West Delhi tweeted, ‘TMC goons killed our workers as soon as they won the elections, vehicles of BJP workers were broken, houses are on fire. Remember, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs also have to come to Delhi, consider this as a warning. Defeat is a victory in an election, not a murder. ‘
Violence continues only after the election results
After the assembly elections in West Bengal, political violence is not taking its name. The BJP office in Arambagh was set ablaze by unknown miscreants during the election results. Meanwhile, the Union Home Ministry has taken cognizance of such violence in the state. The ministry has asked the state government to report on the violence committed after the elections in the state targeting the leaders of the opposition party.
BJP claims – 9 BJP workers lost their lives in violence
The Home Ministry said that the West Bengal government should give full information about the attack on the workers of the opposition parties. Earlier, BJP leader in West Bengal, Dilip Ghosh claimed that 9 BJP workers died in Bengal in the 24 hours after the election. At the same time, 6 BJP workers have been killed in another claim.
Mamta’s allegation – BJP workers attacked our supporters
Mamta Banerjee, who returned to power in Bengal after a sweeping victory, also alleged that BJP workers attacked our supporters in some areas after the results were declared. Mamta said that we appealed to our people not to get into any provocation and instead asked the police to give information.