“PM [Prime Minister Modi] called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at the alarmingly worrisome law and order situation,” West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar mentioned
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on May 4 referred to as up West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar after stories of post poll violence got here in from the State, with varied political events together with the BJP, the CPI(M) and the Congress alleging that their cadre were being attacked by victorious Trinamool Congress individuals.
“PM [Prime Minister Modi] called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at the alarmingly worrisome law and order situation. I shared grave concerns @PMOIndia given that violence, vandalism, arson, loot and killings continue unabated. Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order,” Mr. Dhankar tweeted after the decision.
CPI(M) common secretary Sitaram Yechury additionally condemned the violence in a tweet: “Are these reports of gruesome violence in Bengal TMC’s ‘victory celebrations’? Condemnable. Will be resisted and rebuffed. Instead of focusing on combating the pandemic TMC unleashes such mayhem. CPI(M), as always will be with the people to protect, assist, providing relief.”
Congress in-charge of West Bengal, Jitin Prasada additionally mentioned, “the post poll violence that has been unleashed by the TMC on the Congress workers is unacceptable. Even women and children are not spared. I’m sure the people of West Bengal did not vote for this lawlessness.”
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BJP president J.P. Nadda is predicted to go to the houses of celebration cadre who’ve allegedly been victims of violence. In New Delhi, celebration spokesperson Sambit Patra expressed anger on the alleged killing of 4 BJP staff in the State. “Mamata ji, you have won and everyone has congratulated you for it. You are a woman and a daughter of Bengal. Aren’t the women who are being raped and killed daughters of Bengal? Do they deserve this?” he requested.
At the identical presser Anirban Ganguly who was the BJP candidate from Bolpur Assembly constituency mentioned that “whoever had voted for the TMC should ask the party whether what is happening is right?”