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Jubbly war between political violence in Bengal: BJP MP said – Election is a win-win, not a murder; Remember TMC leaders will also have to come to Delhi

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 Jubbly war between political violence in Bengal: BJP MP said - Election is a win-win, not a murder;  Remember TMC leaders will also have to come to Delhi


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  • West Bengal Election Result 2021 And Violence Update; Four Killed, Attacked On Nandigram BJP Office, BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh, TMC Vs BJP, West Bengal

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Political violence has started in West Bengal after the election results. The BJP office in Kolkata was set on fire on the result day itself. On Monday, there are reports of beating of two party workers. Meanwhile, BJP MP from West Delhi Lok Sabha seat Parvesh Sahib Singh made a controversial statement. He warned that the Trinamool leaders also have to come to Delhi.

He said that TMC goons killed our workers immediately after winning the election. Workers’ vehicles were broken. The miscreants are setting their houses on fire. Remember, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs will also have to come to Delhi. Take this as a warning. Defeat is a victory in an election, not a murder.

Home Ministry asks for a report from the Government of Bengal
The Home Ministry has sought a report from the Bengal government on targeting opposition party workers. On the other hand, BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said – This attack on BJP workers is being done under the guidance of Mamata Banerjee. The party’s national president JP Nadda is visiting Bengal on Tuesday.

BJP workers to protest across the country with Kovid protocol BJP decided to oppose the attacks on its workers in West Bengal. The party said in a statement that on May 5, party workers would hold a sit-in protest against this violence in every mandal. During this time protocol related to Kovid-19 will be followed.

BJP office was vandalized at Bhatpada in North 24 Parganas district.  TMC activists are accused of this.

BJP office was vandalized at Bhatpada in North 24 Parganas district. TMC activists are accused of this.

Attack on BJP office
Earlier on Monday, some people attacked and vandalized the BJP office and some shops in Bhatpada in North 24 Parganas district. During this time bombs were also thrown. One person said that TMC miscreants looted my shop. At least 10 bombs have been thrown here. There have also been reports of violence from Sitalkuchi in Cooch Behar. BJP office was vandalized in Nandigram. In Haldia, some miscreants beat up media persons on Sunday evening.

The governor sought answers from police officers
Following reports of violence, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar on Monday called the Director General of Police (DGP) and the Kolkata Police Commissioner to talk on the law and order situation. He said that the killings in the state are a sign of a dangerous situation after the results. Police officers have been asked to take all steps to restore the rule of law.

Elections postponed in three seats
The Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress won 213 seats in the election results on Sunday. BJP has got 77 seats. Elections to two seats in Murshidabad have been postponed due to the death of candidates from Corona. The Election Commission has also postponed elections to one seat in Odisha. This decision has been taken because of Corona.

214 seats to TMC; Mamta lost
The election results of Bengal have been declared on the last day. In this, TMC has registered a bumper win. Mamta Banerjee may become the Chief Minister for the third consecutive time. Although she herself lost the election to Nandigram. He is defeated by Shubhendu Adhikari of BJP. Trinamool has got 214 seats in Bengal, 76 seats for BJP. While one seat is independent, one seat goes to RSMP.

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