PM Narendra Modi has also expressed concern over the violence that continued after the results of the assembly elections in West Bengal. Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that PM Narendra Modi had spoken to him on the phone and expressed concern about the violence spreading in the state. Governor Dhankhar said, ‘PM Narendra Modi made the call and expressed deep concern and resentment about the deteriorating state of law and order. I too expressed concern and said that the period of sabotage, loot and murders is going on continuously in the state. There is a need to take immediate action to handle law and order in the state.
Meanwhile, BJP national president JP Nadda and general secretary Bhupendra Yadav are arriving in Bengal on Monday. The two leaders will meet the relatives of BJP workers killed in political violence in the state. Earlier, BJP had expressed concern over violence, saying that it is like killing democracy and it will not be tolerated. Former BJP Rajya Sabha MP Swapan Dasgupta, meanwhile, has tweeted and appealed to the Chief Justice of the state to take suo motu cognizance of the violent incidents and said that he should order the administration to stop the violence with immediate effect.
PM called & expressed his serious anguish & concern at alarmingly worrisome law & order situation. I share grave concerns, given that violence vandalism, arson, loot & killings continue unabated. Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order: West Bengal Governor
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– ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021
Owaisi also said, it is the job of the government to protect the living officer
Earlier on Monday, the governor summoned the state DGP and expressed concern over the violence. At the same time, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, who has contested several seats in Bengal, has also targeted the TMC over the violence. Owaisi said, ‘The right to live is a fundamental right. It is the first duty of any government to give the life of the people. If the government does not do this then it is failing in its duty. We criticize the failure of any government. Even if it is the government of any part of the country or the state.
Nadda’s two-day round begins from today, will meet BJP workers injured in violence
Explain that the BJP has blamed TMC for the violence that broke out after the elections in the state. On Tuesday, BJP national president JP Nadda has also started a two-day Bengal tour. During this time he will meet the relatives of the BJP workers killed in the violence and will meet the injured. Speaking to the media, party spokesperson Sambit Patra said that the situation in Bengal has never been in India’s electoral history. He said, ‘Bengal’s conditions cannot be believed. We have never seen this in India’s electoral history. Bengal is burning. ‘