Assembly elections in West Bengal have not yet been announced. However, the dispute between the TMC and the BJP has intensified. Meanwhile, a shoe was thrown at the car of BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya during the BJP road show in Kolkata. After which the atmosphere there has become tense.
Apart from the general public, all political parties in West Bengal are also waiting for the date of assembly elections to be announced. At the same time, despite the call for assembly elections in Bengal, the atmosphere of conflict between the main political party BJP and Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC is in full swing. The latest information has already come from Kolkata in Kolkata. Here, a shoe was thrown at the car of veteran party leaders Mukul Roy and Kailash Vijayvarjia during a Bharatiya Janata Party road show. Since then, a stress-free environment has been created at the scene.
BJP workers have accused Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC workers of throwing shoes at Kailash Vijayvarjia’s car. On the other hand, Mamata Banerjee’s party workers have alleged that BJP supporters are insulting Bengal Chief Minister and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee. The police force has also been alerted about the matter and a heavy police force has been raised in view of the tense atmosphere at the spot.
Let me tell you, the BJP’s road show will be held in Kolkata on Monday. At the same time, the Kolkata police were not allowed to leave the roadshow. Even after this, Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh said that the BJP had taken talk of road shows in Kolkata.
BJP leader Dilip Ghosh has said that Sovan Chatterjee, the BJP’s new Kolkata region caretaker and former city mayor, will hold a road show in the metropolis on Monday. He added that the ‘peaceful assembly’ would be held at the BJP’s state office in central Kolkata from Kidderpur. Dilip Ghosh further said that Swan Chatterjee will not be able to take part in this road show.
At this time, BJP leader Dilip Ghosh also brought charges against the state police. He said that from what has happened in the past we know that the police do not allow BJP programs. He further claimed that these road shows should welcome Sonan Da, who has recently been given the responsibility of two new positions in the team. Ghosh said, “We will hold a rally even if the police do not get permission.”