post-poll violence in West Bengal, PM called Bengal Governor expressed anguish, concern
post-poll violence in West Bengal
New Delhi : Violence continues in the state following the Trinamool Congress’ landslide victory in the West Bengal Assembly elections. The BJP has alleged that nine BJP workers have been killed in violence by TMC activists. The home ministry has asked the state government for a report. On the other hand, BJP national president JP Nadda will visit West Bengal today to meet the victims. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over organized violence following the election. He called on Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar to discuss law and order.
West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhad tweeted this on Tuesday. “The prime minister called and expressed his deep concern over the violence,” he said. I have informed Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee about this. Violence, arson, looting, and murder continue in the state. “It simply came to our notice then
“I share grave concerns, given that violence, vandalism, arson, loot, and killings continue unabated,” said Dhankhar, adding, “Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order”।