Violence continues in West Bengal. On Wednesday, a Bharatiya Janata Party worker alleged that some unknown people threw bombs in his house. Violence erupted in the state only after the election results were announced. Political parties are constantly accusing each other. It is being claimed in the reports that the workers of the ruling party Trinamool Congress attacked the BJP supporters.
According to news agency ANI, Raj Biswas, a BJP worker from North 24 Parganas district, on Wednesday alleged that someone threw a bomb in his house. He said, 'I have seen CCTV footage of three people throwing bombs at my house. My family is scared. He gave the information 'Police came here and they have demanded CCTV footage'. Violence has continued in Bengal for the last two days.
BJP expressed opposition
BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda is on a two-day Bengal tour to protest violence. On Tuesday, he met the affected families. During this, he also met the family of party worker Abhijeet Sarkar. Allegations are being made that he was killed in the post-election violence in Beliaghat, Kolkata.
He also met the family of Haran Adhikari, a BJP worker. It is being said in media reports that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had come into action mode before the swearing-in ceremony. The reports quoted sources as saying that he had called a meeting at his residence, in which orders were given to end the ongoing violence. Banerjee was sworn in as the state's CM for the third time on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Center has sent another letter to West Bengal, clarifying that the delay in sending a report on the violence after the election will be taken 'seriously'. At the same time, CM Banerjee has also transferred 30 top officials of the state including DGP P Neerjanayan. After becoming CM, he has said that no violence will be tolerated.