Mamata called meeting over Bengal violence

Kolkatta, 4/5 (AO Bureau):The outgoing Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee (CM Mamata Banerjee) has called an important meeting on Tuesday in view of the violence in the state after the elections. The meeting will be attended by the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, Director General of Police and the Police Commissioner of Kolkata. Significantly, a day after the West Bengal assembly election results came in West Bengal, there was widespread violence on Monday in which several BJP workers were killed during the clashes and robbing of shops. And many were injured.

The Union Home Ministry has sought a factual report from the state government in the incident of an attack on opposition workers. The BJP has shared a video of the alleged arson in a party office in which bamboo bullets and roofs are seen burning and the disturbed people can be seen shouting. Pictures of dead persons on social media and footage of people robbing clothes from a shop are viral

BJP has made this claim
The BJP claims that at least six of its activists and supporters have been killed in the attacks, including a woman. The BJP is blaming the Trinamool for this. The BJP has shared a video with journalists showing the vandalism at the party office in Nandigram. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee lost the election to Shubhendu Adhikari of BJP on this seat. Officials said that four people died in an alleged clash between Trinamool Congress and BJP supporters on Sunday and Monday in Bardhaman district. The Trinamool Congress claimed that three party supporters were among those killed.

PM Modi expresses displeasure with Governor over violence in Bengal

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar said on Tuesday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to him and expressed deep outrage at the state of law and order in the wake of reports of violence from several districts after the election. Dhankhar tweeted, ‘Prime Minister expressed deep displeasure over the worrying state of law and order in the phone conversation. I expressed deep concern to the Prime Minister on violence, looting, arson incidents, murders.

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