PM Narendra Modi expresses concern over violence in Bengal, BJP chief JP Nadda is on a two-day visit

PM Narendra Modi has additionally expressed concern over the violence that continued after the outcomes of the meeting elections in West Bengal. Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar mentioned that PM Narendra Modi had spoken to him on the telephone and expressed concern concerning the violence spreading within the state. Governor Dhankhar mentioned, ‘PM Narendra Modi made the decision and expressed deep concern and resentment concerning the deteriorating state of regulation and order. I too expressed concern and mentioned that the interval of sabotage, loot and murders is occurring constantly within the state. There’s a have to take quick motion to deal with regulation and order within the state.

In the meantime, BJP nationwide president JP Nadda and normal secretary Bhupendra Yadav are arriving in Bengal on Monday. The 2 leaders will meet the kinfolk of BJP employees killed in political violence within the state. Earlier, BJP had expressed concern over violence, saying that it’s like killing democracy and it’ll not be tolerated. Former BJP Rajya Sabha MP Swapan Dasgupta, in the meantime, has tweeted and appealed to the Chief Justice of the state to take suo motu cognizance of the violent incidents and mentioned that he ought to order the administration to cease the violence with quick impact.

Owaisi additionally mentioned, it’s the job of the federal government to guard the residing officer

Earlier on Monday, the governor summoned the state DGP and expressed concern over the violence. On the similar time, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, who has contested a number of seats in Bengal, has additionally focused the TMC over the violence. Owaisi mentioned, ‘The correct to stay is a elementary proper. It’s the first obligation of any authorities to provide the lifetime of the folks. If the federal government doesn’t do that then it’s failing in its obligation. We criticize the failure of any authorities. Even when it’s the authorities of any a part of the nation or the state.

Nadda’s two-day spherical begins from immediately, will meet BJP employees injured in violence

Clarify that the BJP has blamed TMC for the violence that broke out after the elections within the state. On Tuesday, BJP nationwide president JP Nadda has additionally began a two-day Bengal tour. Throughout this time he’ll meet the kinfolk of the BJP employees killed within the violence and can meet the injured. Talking to the media, social gathering spokesperson Sambit Patra mentioned that the scenario in Bengal has by no means been in India’s electoral historical past. He mentioned, ‘Bengal’s situations can’t be believed. We have now by no means seen this in India’s electoral historical past. Bengal is burning. ‘

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