Situation in Bengal worse than Kashmir, says BJP’s Dilip Ghosh – kolkata

West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday alleged that with surging political violence, the regulation and order scenario of the state has grow to be “worse than Kashmir” and is “similar to that of Iran and Iraq”.

He additionally accused the TMC authorities of delaying the native our bodies’ elections.

“If municipal elections can take place in Hyderabad and Assam, why not here. The situation is worse than Kashmir and is similar to that of Iran and Iraq. Didi (Mamata Banerjee) has proved that West Bengal’s law and order is not conducive to go for polls,” he mentioned whereas addressing a celebration assembly in town.

He additionally challenged the Mamata Banerjee dispensation to carry polls to all of the native our bodies concurrently, not simply the Kolkata Municipal Corporation elections.

Ghosh mentioned the BJP was not allowed to marketing campaign over the past panchayat elections, and its staff have been overwhelmed up and pushed out of cubicles.

He asserted that the TMC will lose the elections to the Kolkata Municipal Corporation and different civic our bodies.

Ghosh’s feedback got here after a senior state election fee (SEC) official had on Tuesday mentioned the West Bengal authorities was eager on holding the KMC polls throughout the first half of March.

The opposition BJP had met SEC officers in October and demanded that the KMC elections be held earlier than meeting polls.

Civic polls have been slated to be held in April 2020, however the state authorities deferred the method owing to the Covid- 19 pandemic.

Elections to 107 municipalities of the state and the KMC are being considered as a litmus check for the TMC and the BJP, forward of the 2021 meeting polls, prone to be held in April- May.

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Siliguri violence: FIR against Kailash Vijayvargiya, Dilip Ghosh, other BJP leaders – kolkata

West Bengal Police on Wednesday registered FIRs against veteran BJP leaders Kailash Vijayvargiya, Tejasvi Surya, Dilip Ghosh, and a number of other other get together leaders on the allegation that they inspired violence throughout the get together’s “Uttarkanya Abhijan” march in Siliguri on December 7.

A suo moto case was registered on the New Jalpaiguri police station of Siliguri Metropolitan Police against BJP nationwide basic secretary and state observer Kailash Vijayvargiya, MP and BJP Yuva Morcha president Tejasvi Surya, state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh. Police additionally charged Soumitra Khan, Sayantan Bose, Sukanta Majumder, Nisith Pramanik, Raju Bista, John BArla, Khogen Murmu, Sanku Deb Panda and Praveen Agarwal and others.

The Police alleged that these charged inspired the get together employees to create violence, break regulation and order, conflict with police and injury authorities properties.

Hundreds of BJP employees and supporters marched in direction of Uttarkanya, the state authorities’s department secretariat, on Monday, protesting the TMC authorities’s “misrule,” within the state when police stopped them.

Workers of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) and BJP and leaders fought a pitched battle with police after they have been prevented from shifting previous the barricades at two factors close to the department secretariat. The Police later issued a press release alleging that “serious acts of violence” have been dedicated on the Siliguri protest and so they used water cannons and fired a number of rounds of tear fuel shells to disperse the group.

One BJP get together employee, named Ulen Roy, succumbed to accidents brought on by pellets fired from shotgun, in keeping with a postmortem report. The West Bengal police claimed that the power didn’t use shotguns and alleged that “armed persons were brought and they fired from firearms.”

BJP nationwide basic secretary and state in-cost Kailash Vijayvargiya alleged {that a} “nexus of police and Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons” was behind the loss of life of get together employee Ulen Roy.

“This is police’s Nadirshahi (cruelty) and the anarchy of Mamata Banerjee government. There is a nexus between the police and TMC goons. Police were using tear gas and goons were hurling country bombs” he had mentioned.

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Artificial potato crisis created in Bengal, TMC govt to blame: Dilip Ghosh – india news

Hitting out on the TMC authorities in West Bengal, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday alleged that an “artificial potato crisis” has been created in the state by these patronised by the ruling occasion.

Expressing concern over the “sudden spurt in the price of the kitchen staple, now available at Rs 40 per kg, if not more”, Ghosh mentioned this has damage frequent man and pinched their pockets laborious.

“Why is the price of potato so high? The crisis has been created artificially by those patronised by the ruling party. It has been created by those who take cut money for everything,” Ghosh informed reporters right here.

The BJP chief additionally mentioned {that a} part of TMC members are sad with the way in which the management has been functioning, and claimed that the “revolting” cadres are elevating slogans resembling ‘PK Hatao TMC Bnachao’ to protest towards the ruling occasion’s resolution to rent election strategist Prashant Kishores providers earlier than 2021 Assembly polls.

Asked if the saffron occasion might be ready to get better from the jolt it confronted in the Hills, with Gorkha Janmukti Morcha chief Bimal Gurung severing ties with the NDA and becoming a member of the TMC camp, Ghosh mentioned the turncoat has “betrayed” the individuals of Darjeeling.

“Gurung has betrayed the people in the Hills and the Binoy Tamang faction has no acceptability. The BJP, however, has all along stood by the people there. Our MP enjoys great popularity in the Hills,” he mentioned.

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BJP has its doors open for Suvendu Adhikari: Dilip Ghosh – kolkata

Hours after senior Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Suvendu Adhikari resigned from the West Bengal cupboard, president of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s state unit Dilip Ghosh mentioned the BJP has its doors open for the chief and plenty of others.

“The exit of Suvendu Adhikari from the TMC is only a matter of time. There are several leaders of the ruling party who are disgruntled with its way of functioning. We have kept our doors open,” Ghosh mentioned, in response to PTI.

Also Read: West Bengal TMC’s heavyweight minister Suvendu Adhikari quits cabinet; another rebel MLA to join BJP

The senior BJP chief mentioned that the heavyweight chief’s resignation heralds the “end of Trinamool Congress” and the social gathering will “cease to exist”. “A big wicket fell today. Finally, no one will be on board the sinking ship of TMC excepting its captain. 2019 (Lok Sabha polls) was the semi-final for BJP. We are now fast-moving to the main goal in 2021 (assembly polls). Suvendu Adhikari’s joining the BJP will give more momentum to that,” Ghosh advised PTI.

Also Read: No place for outsiders who incite violence during polls: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

Meanwhile, BJP nationwide vice-president Mukul Roy known as Adhikari a product of ‘mass movements’ and mentioned it’s for him to resolve whether or not he needs to hitch the saffron social gathering or not.

A day after resigning as chairman of state-run Hoogly River Bridge Commissioners, Suvendu Adhikari resigned because the state’s transport minister on Friday. He faxed his resignation letter to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and forwarded it to Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar by e-mail. “Today at 1:05 pm a resignation letter of Mr. Suvendu Adhikari from office as minister addressed to Hon’’ble Chief Minister has been forwarded to me. The issue will be addressed from constitutional perspective,” the governor had tweeted.

(with PTI inputs)

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TMC MLAs have lost faith in Mamata govt: Dilip Ghosh – india news

Trinamool Congress MLAs and ministers have lost faith in the Mamata Banerjee authorities in West Bengal, state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh stated on Saturday.

Speaking to reporters, he requested that if TMC MLAs are unable to belief the celebration then how the widespread individuals will.

“Didi has failed in disaster management of the state and now is busy with the disaster management of the party.

Now, such meetings will be more frequent as many have lined up to join BJP,” Ghosh stated, referring to an emergency assembly on the chief minister’s residence after TMC heavyweight Suvendu Adhikari’s resignation.

He stated celebration president JP Nadda is predicted to reach in the state on December 8 or 9.

“TMC’s days are over. They have the police in their control, even then people are joining us, which means the party is now finished,” Ghosh stated.

On Friday, TMC MLA Mihir Goswami stop the celebration and joined the BJP, saying he seemed ahead to a “new political era” in the state in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s imaginative and prescient.

“Goswami’s joining is just the beginning, more will follow in the coming months,” Ghosh stated.

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