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BJP Has Unleashed Violence In West Bengal: Trinamool Congress

“The TMC doesn’t believe in violence,” TMC MP and spokesperson SougataRoy stated


The Trinamool Congress on Wednesday stated it did not consider in violence and killings, and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ask the West Bengal BJP management to chorus from participating in violence forward of the state meeting polls subsequent yr.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday launched a veiled assault on ruling TMC in West Bengal, saying those that can not problem the social gathering democratically have resorted to “murdering” its staff to realize their objectives.

“Maut ka khel” (killing sport) can not get you votes,” PM Modi stated in an tackle to BJP staff at an occasion within the social gathering’s headquarters in New Delhi to mark its victory in Bihar meeting polls and bypolls throughout the nation.

Without naming any social gathering, he stated, “Those who aren’t capable of problem us in a democratic means, they’ve taken the trail of killing India’s staff. In some elements of the nation, they assume they’ll realise their objectives by killing BJP staff.”

The TMC, whereas reacting to the assault, claimed PM Modi ought to give the recommendation to the state BJP management as it’s the camp which has unleashed violence throughout the state.


“It is the BJP which is unleashing violence within the state. The TMC, since its inception, has been the sufferer of political violence first by the hands of the CPI (M) after which the BJP. The TMC would not consider in violence. It believes in peace. We would request the prime minister to offer his recommendation to the Bengal BJP unit,” TMC MP and spokesperson Sougata Roy stated.

The BJP has alleged that a lot of its staff have been killed by the ruling TMC within the state the place it has emerged as a predominant challenger to the Mamata Banerjee-led social gathering. The TMC has denied it.

The BJP is hoping to return to energy within the politically essential japanese state for the primary time by ending Ms Banerjee’s 10-year outdated rule.

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