PM Modi calls up Bengal governor on violence, Didi smells ‘President’s rule’ | India News

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, expressing anguish over the rise in political violence after Trinamool Congress received the election whereas BJP chief J P Nadda visited the state to fulfill households of social gathering staff killed in retribution, allegedly by ruling social gathering supporters.
Greater than 12 individuals have been reportedly killed and plenty of attacked whereas a number of households have fled their houses, in response to BJP. “PM referred to as and expressed his critical anguish and concern on the alarmingly worrisome legislation and order state of affairs. I share grave considerations on condition that violence, vandalism, arson, loot and killings proceed unabated. Involved should act in overdrive to revive order,” Dhankhar tweeted.

Accusing BJP of “rising determined for President’s rule” and instigating the postpoll “communal clashes” which have additionally claimed 5 TMC staff and one from the ISF, Mamata Banerjee vowed to “sort out the state of affairs” after taking oath on Wednesday.
Modi’s telephone name and Nadda’s go to adopted appeals for assist from BJP cadres and supporters, who took to social media platforms accusing Trinamool Congress of patronizing the attackers. BJP state in-charge Kailash Vijayavargiya tweeted movies alleging that girls supporters have been being attacked.
Nadda stated after visiting a slain BJP employee’s “wailing mom” he was shocked at some in TMC “discounting these incidents as stunts”. BJP requested its nationwide secretaries to succeed in out to all households “battered on this unprecedented state-sponsored violence”.
Questioning if the “ugly violence” was a part of “TMC’s victory celebrations”, CPM’s Sitaram Yechury stated this might be “resisted and rebuffed”. Congress’s Jitin Prasada stated Bengal “didn’t vote for this lawlessness”.
“You (CM Mamata Banerjee) are a lady and daughter of Bengal. Aren’t the ladies who’re being killed and raped daughters of Bengal? Do they deserve this?” BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra requested.
“BJP will not relent until Mamata Banerjee is held accountable for the murders of its staff and supporters for political vendetta. We’re in Pratapnagar, Sonarpur with BJP president Naddaji to take inventory of the state of affairs and provoke motion,” social gathering basic secretary Bhupender Yadav tweeted.
“The liberal cabal is silent over the carnage BJP is being subjected to in Bengal. Not stunning. Not stunning. However the identical cabal blaming BJP for the violence is appalling. Your silence is complicity,” he added.
BJP chief Swapan Dasgupta, who contested unsuccessfully from Tarkeshwar, urged the Calcutta excessive courtroom to take suo motu cognizance of the violence.

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