BJP campaign in Bengal marred by violence, party calls for President’s Rule – kolkata

Sporadic clashes between ruling TMC and the opposition BJP activists on Saturday marred the saffron party’s anti-authorities campaign in West Bengal leaving greater than a dozen individuals injured and prompting it to demand the imposition of President’s Rule in the state.

The BJP Saturday held its state-extensive campaign christened ‘Aar Noi Anyay’ (No extra injustice) towards the “misrule and corruption” of the Mamata Banerjee authorities.

At least two union ministers participated in the campaign at Kolkata and East Midnapore district.

Several cases of violence between Trinamool Congress and BJP had been reported from West Burdwan, North 24 Parganas and Coochbehar districts.

At least 9 individuals had been injured and several other homes had been ransacked in a conflict between TMC and BJP supporters at Barabani in West Burdwan district on Saturday throughout which crude bombs had been hurdled. The conflict broke out when the ruling party tried to cease the saffron party activists from taking out rallies, police stated.

The BJP alleged that TMC supporters beat up its employees, a cost which was dismissed by the ruling party in the state. The TMC termed it an incident of “infighting” inside BJP.

Union minister Babul Supriyo alleged that the native TMC leaders had been behind the incident.

“Those involved with the coal mining mafia were also involved in the incident. This is the reality of West Bengal,” the Asansol MP stated.

BJP nationwide secretary and Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya who rushed to fulfill the injured, alleged that the police didn’t take motion towards the miscreants regardless of seeing that bombs had been hurled at individuals.

“The rule of law has ceased to exist in West Bengal. The goons are calling the shots. We have informed our senior party leaders and demand that President’s Rule be immediately imposed in the state,” he stated.

Dismissing BJP’s allegations, TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh stated, “The clash was a result of infighting within the BJP. TMC is not involved in the incident. The saffron party is trying to create an issue to malign us.”

Reacting to the saffron party’s demand for imposition of President’s Rule, Ghosh dared it to take action in the state.

“The BJP is in power at the Centre. Instead of threatening us, let them impose President’s Rule in the state if they have the guts. They will get a befitting reply in the elections,” he stated.

In Coochbehar’s Sitai space clashes broke out between TMC and the saffron party activists which left greater than 12 employees of each events wounded. The BJP’s rally was led by MP Nisith Pramanik and state BJP basic secretary Sayantan Basu.

At Duttapukur space in North 24 Parganas district clashes broke out between the police and BJP employees after they tried to interrupt a barricade put up by the pressure.

Speaking on the clashes, BJP state chief Dilip Ghosh alleged that legislation and order have collapsed in West Bengal.

“The rule of law has ceased to exist in West Bengal. It will be restored only if the BJP comes to power,” he stated.

The TMC then again accused the saffron party of attempting to vitiate the political environment of the state forward of the meeting polls due in April-May 2021.

The BJP has emerged as the principle rival of the TMC by successful 18 of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal in the 2019 basic elections. Its leaders at the moment are upbeat that the party will have the ability to finish Banerjee’s 10-12 months rule in the state polls.

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‘Provisions in Constitution present to reduce political violence in Bengal’: Union minister Babul Supriyo – kolkata

Union Minister Babul Supriyo stated on Friday that the Trinamool Congress ought to mend its methods and desist from “intimidating voters”, in any other case there are provisions in the Constitution to handle such issues.

Supriyo alleged that greater than 130 BJP staff have been killed in West Bengal.

“The TMC should mend its ways. Only a few months are left for the elections. If the TMC members think they can intimidate voters and engage in political violence, then there are provisions in the Constitution to take care of such things,” he informed an area information channel.

Supriyo claimed that the individuals of the state have made up their thoughts to vote for the BJP in the meeting elections, that are doubtless to be held in April-May subsequent yr.

“We want the people who voted TMC to power to topple the present government through a democratic process,” stated Supriyo.

The TMC stated that Supriyo was hinting at imposing President’s rule in the state.

“If he was hinting at the imposition of Article 356 in Bengal, then he should first talk about the imposition of President’s rule in Uttar Pradesh where rule of law has ceased to exist,” TMC MP Sougata Roy stated. PTI PNT SOM SOM

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