Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday alleged that his automotive was attacked with bombs and bricks by Trinamool Congress (TMC) staff in North Bengal’s Cooch Behar district. The ruling social gathering has denied these allegations.
Ghosh mentioned that his automotive was attacked after a BJP assembly in Sitalkuchi during which the glass home windows of his automotive had been damaged. On the aspect the place he was sitting within the automotive, the glass of the window was additionally damaged, after which he additionally got here in a brick.
Ghosh mentioned within the video message, “If that is so, how can one anticipate a good and free election in Cooch Behar the place folks voted in favor of change within the 2019 Lok Sabha election.” Polling within the fourth section of the meeting elections in Cooch Behar district is to be held on April 10.
The BJP had received seven seats in North Bengal, together with Cooch Behar within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. It was alleged that Trinamool staff getting back from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s rally had tangled with BJP staff who attended the assembly of Ghosh.
Ghosh mentioned, “I used to be ready for folks to go away in my automotive after the assembly after we had been attacked with weapons, bricks, bombs and batons by folks carrying the TMC flag.” It was like a Taliban assault. ”He alleged that a number of indigenous bombs had been hurled at his automotive. Trinamool spokesperson Kunal Ghosh mentioned the ruling social gathering was not concerned within the assault.