There isn’t any signal of abatement of political violence in West Bengal, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar mentioned on Thursday when vehicles in a convoy of BJP state president Dilip Ghosh had been broken after stones had been thrown on them in North Bengal’s Alipurduar district.
The governor, who’s visiting neighbouring Cooch Behar district, mentioned that an environment of political violence and vendetta is prevailing within the state.
“There is no sign of abating of political violence. The reason for this is public servants have become political workers,” Mr Dhankhar advised reporters at Cooch Behar.
Mr Dhankhar, who’s on a month-long go to to North Bengal, had alleged earlier additionally that the police and forms are being politicised in West Bengal and requested public servants to not work as political functionaries.
Stones had been hurled and black flags had been proven on the BJP state president’s convoy by protesters close to the Indo-Bhutan border city of Jaigaon in Alipurduar district when he was going to attend a celebration programme. At least two of the vehicles within the convoy had been broken within the incident.
Several Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) activists had been seen elevating slogans in opposition to Ghosh there.
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