Trinamool MLA’s Facebook Post To “Look After” BJP Workers Sparks Row


Trinamool MLA's Facebook Post To 'Look After' BJP Workers Sparks Row

The convoy of Trinamool chief Abhishek Banerjee allegedly got here below assault in BJP-ruled Tripura.


A Trinamool Congress MLA at this time threatened to “look after” BJP leaders and employees in Dinhata space of West Bengal’s Coochbehar district “in a proper manner”, a day after the convoy of social gathering nationwide common secretary Abhishek Banerjee allegedly got here below assault in BJP-ruled Tripura.

The BJP demanded penal motion towards Dinhata MLA Udayan Guha for issuing a menace in public towards employees of an opposition social gathering.

“After the Tripura incident, BJP workers and leaders in Dinhata will have to be looked after in a proper manner,” Mr Guha’s Facebook publish in Bengali learn.

The Trinamool chief later clarified, “In my Facebook post, I didn’t speak about attacking anyone.”

Criticising the Trinamool MLA, who’s the son of late Left Front chief Kamal Guha, BJP’s Natabari legislator Mihir Goswami stated, “We demand that a case be lodged against Udayan Guha and action be taken against him. It seems that the stinging NHRC observations against him regarding post-poll violence and its perpetrators are justified.”

Reacting to the demand, senior Trinamool chief and state Agriculture Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay claimed that Udayan Guha was actually talking about “taking care of BJP workers, to live peacefully with them and ensure not a single saffron party member in Dinhata is harmed in retaliatory action”.

“Only a party like BJP can twist such a comment which by no stretch of imagination means taking the law into one’s hands or teaching the BJP a lesson,” the Trinamool chief informed PTI.

He stated that the BJP ought to clarify why no motion was taken towards law enforcement officials who had been on responsibility through the “brazen and audacious attack” on Abhishek Banerjee in Tripura.

“Action was taken against three police officers after the alleged attack on BJP national president J P Nadda in West Bengal in December last year,” he added.


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