Assembly elections in West Bengal are over. During the election campaign, several incidents of violence were reported in the state. Now the results of the elections in the state may have come out, but the reports of violence are not taking the name of freeze. BJP MP Pravesh Saheb Singh Verma has accused the Trinamool Congress of killing it. They said that TMC goons beat up BJP workers after the election results came. Apart from this, the MP warned that TMC should not forget that it also has to come to Delhi.
I want to tell Mamata Banerjee to stop this violence in West Bengal. How would TMC leaders feel if they are treated similarly when they go to UP, Bihar? I want to tell TMC MLAs & MPs to stay within their limits: BJP MP Parvesh Singh on political violence following poll results pic.twitter.com/Vlt2VdX3kZ
– ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021
On the political violence after the election results, BJP MP Pravesh Singh Verma said, “I want to tell Mamata Banerjee to stop this violence in West Bengal. When the same treatment is done with her going to UP, Bihar, TMC leaders should How will I feel? I want to tell TMC MLAs and MPs to stay within their limits. “
TMC goons killed our workers as soon as they won the elections, broke the vehicles of BJP workers, are setting the house on fire. Remember, TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs also have to come to Delhi, consider this as a warning. Defeat is a victory in an election, not a murder.@MamataOfficial
– Parvesh Sahib Singh (@p_sahibsingh) May 3, 2021
MP Pravesh Singh Verma tweeted, “TMC goons killed our workers as soon as they won the elections, broke the vehicles of BJP workers, are setting the house on fire. Remember TMC MPs, Chief Ministers, MLAs are also in Delhi You have to come, take this as a warning. Defeat is a victory in an election, not a murder. “
What is the matter?
Following the victory of TMC in the West Bengal elections, reports of violence erupted in Hooghly on Sunday 2 May. Some unknown miscreants also set fire to the BJP office in Arambagh here. The Union Home Ministry has also taken cognizance of the case after continued political violence in West Bengal and the death of 11 people. The ministry has sought a report from the state government on the violence committed after the elections in the state targeting the leaders of the opposition party.