Kolkata, Apr 4: BJP president J P Nadda on Tuesday stated the widespread post-poll violence in West Bengal is reminiscent of the atrocities folks needed to face in the course of the nation”s Partition, and exhorted occasion employees in the state to democratically struggle the “savagery”.
Nadda, who arrived on a two-day go to to Bengal, stated BJP employees throughout India have expressed solidarity with their activists in the state, who’re “dealing with violent assaults”.
“We are dedicated to democratically struggle this ideological battle and the actions of the TMC, which is full of intolerance,” he instructed reporters on the NSC Bose International Airport right here.
“I had heard of the immense atrocities dedicated in the course of the Partition, however I’ve by no means seen such post-poll violence that’s occurring in West Bengal after the declaration of election outcomes (on May 2),” the senior BJP chief stated.
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Nadda stated he’ll go to the residences of BJP employees “killed” in assaults in South 24 Parganas district and converse to their kin.
“We need to give this message that crores of BJP employees throughout the nation are with them,” he stated.
The BJP has claimed no less than six of its employees and supporters, together with a girl, had been killed in violence allegedly unleashed by the Trinamool Congress following its victory in the meeting elections.