BJP Protests Against Alleged Lawlessness In Bengal
BJP leader Manish Shukla was shot dead by two unidentified men and the BJP has blamed the Trinamool Congress and the ruling party for the incident.
West Bengal Police lathi-charged on Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers on Thursday (October 8) when they tried to break police barricade during their protest march over the alleged killing of BJP leaders in the state. West Bengal Police used water cannons and batons on BJP workers protesting outside Nabanna in Howrah district. The BJP has started a ‘Nabanna Chalo’ campaign against the killing of alleged leaders in the state. BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said, “We are protesting democratically but Mamata ji has tried to convert our peaceful protest into violent protest. The goons pelted stones at us along with the police.”
BJP leader Manish Shukla was shot by two unidentified men on Sunday (October 4). While the BJP has blamed the Trinamool Congress for the incident, the ruling party has rubbished the accusation. Security officials were stationed in large numbers outside the BJP state headquarters on Thursday morning. State police used a drone to keep a vigil on the protesting BJP workers. “Police is lathi charging our people. Stone-pelting is being done from the Khidirpur side. Can’t the police see that?” BJP leader Locket Chatterjee said.
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