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Violence continues in Bengal, BJP to celebrate black Day today

News Track 2019-06-10 11:04:00

Kolkata: Even after the conclusion of Lok Sabha elections, the violence continues in West Bengal. Bengal has become the new arena of the planet between the BJP and the Trinamool. Three BJP workers have been murdered here. The BJP leaders wanted to go home, but the Mamata Banerjee government stopped these leaders. The leader of the BJP wanted to take the party office of the Partha body of the workers, which was not allowed.

Former Bengal BJP president Rahul Sinha has said, "We will call off the whole of Bengal on Monday and celebrate this day as the black day. Rahul Sinha has said, "We will go to court against the kind of role that police have played in the entire episode. The mortal remains of the deceased were not allowed to take their homes. The internet has been banned in the wake of unrest in Basierhat.

The central government has expressed deep concern on the ongoing violence in West Bengal on Sunday, saying that violence is a failure of the Mamata government in the state even after the Lok Sabha elections. In consultation to the West Bengal government, the Home Ministry has asked the state Government to maintain law and order, peace and public tranquillity. "The ongoing violence in the last few weeks seems to be a failure of the state's law enforcement machinery to maintain law and order in the state," the advisory said.

 

Kolkata: Even after the conclusion of Lok Sabha elections, the violence continues in West Bengal. Bengal has become the new arena of the planet between the BJP and the Trinamool. Three BJP workers have been murdered here. The BJP leaders wanted to go home, but the Mamata Banerjee government stopped these leaders. The leader of the BJP wanted to take the party office of the Partha body of the workers, which was not allowed.


Former Bengal BJP president Rahul Sinha has said, "We will call off the whole of Bengal on Monday and celebrate this day as the black day. Rahul Sinha has said, "We will go to court against the kind of role that police have played in the entire episode. The mortal remains of the deceased were not allowed to take their homes. The internet has been banned in the wake of unrest in Basierhat.


The central government has expressed deep concern on the ongoing violence in West Bengal on Sunday, saying that violence is a failure of the Mamata government in the state even after the Lok Sabha elections. In consultation to the West Bengal government, the Home Ministry has asked the state Government to maintain law and order, peace and public tranquillity. "The ongoing violence in the last few weeks seems to be a failure of the state's law enforcement machinery to maintain law and order in the state," the advisory said.