BJP opens march against Mamta government, violent clashes in Howrah, Shubhendu-Locket Chatterjee detained

Pankaj Prasad
Shubhendu Adhikari arrested
Shubhendu Adhikari arrested

BJP is running Nabanna campaign against Mamta Banerjee government in West Bengal.

BJP is running Nabanna campaign against Mamta Banerjee government in West Bengal. During this, violent clashes have started from place to place. Leader of Opposition Shubhendu Adhikari has been arrested from PTS. He was going towards Santragachi, but was stopped at PTS itself. He was accompanied by MP Locket Chatterjee and BJP leader Rahul Sinha. All have been arrested by the police.

CM wants to implement Dictatorship in Bengal

Subhendu Adhikari made serious allegations against Mamta government. Said, CM Mamta does not have the support of the people. For this reason she wants to implement Dictatorship in Bengal like North Korea. The way the police is working since yesterday, she will have to bear the brunt of it.

Police put up barricades at railway stations

BJP workers were going to Kolkata via trains to join BJP's Nabanna campaign. At the same time, the police have put up barricades at the railway stations. Here BJP leader Abhijeet Dutta said, β€œ20 of our workers were stopped by the police near Durgapur railway station. We had to use other routes.

Roads closed in KolkataΒ 

Roads have been blocked at many places to stop the BJP supporters. Traffic restrictions have been imposed in several major parts. Barricades have also been put up on the Hooghly Bridge, which connects the metropolis with Nabanna.

bjp leader rahul sinha made serious allegations against mamta banerjee government

BJP leader Rahul Sinha accused the Mamata Banerjee government of trying to forcibly stop the "democratic protest". Sinha said, "Our supporters were prevented from boarding a special train from Alipurduar to Sealdah on Monday evening and even lathi-charged by the state police.

Trinamool spokesperson accuses BJP of creating unrest

Trinamool Congress spokesperson Joy Prakash Majumdar said the BJP was trying to create unrest in the city for its "narrow, partisan politics". We urge everyone not to fall into their trap, he said.

Violent clashes have also taken place at many places in Howrah

Violent clashes broke out between BJP supporters and police in Howrah. The protesters are being dispersed by water cannons. Under the Nabanna Chalo campaign, demonstrations are continuing at different places in Bengal. Stones have been pelted at many places.