- National Security Adviser Ajit Doval also attended the meeting of Home Minister Amit Shah.
- The BJP called for a 12-hour shutdown today, in Bengal this day is being celebrated as Black Day
- BJP on Saturday shot dead 4 activists and Trinamool claimed to have killed one of their supporters
new Delhi. Home Minister Amit Shah convenes a meeting on internal security and violence spreading in Bengal on Monday. In this, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval was also present. On the other hand, Bengal Governor Kesharinath Tripathi met Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, the governor has described it as courtesy. On the security meeting, BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya has said that the manner in which violence is spreading in Bengal may also have President’s rule. The BJP has called for a 12-hour shutdown in protest of the killing of workers. This day is being celebrated as a Black Day throughout Bengal.
Vijayvargiya said, “Mamata Banerjee is responsible for the violence in Bengal. They are provoking people with a feeling of revenge. Mamta is telling her activists that from where her party is losing, BJP workers will be targeted. All goons are with the ruling Trinamool, they have pistols and bombs. Our workers have no weapons. If such violence happens in Bengal then the Center will have to intervene. If needed, President’s rule can be implemented in Bengal. “
Chief Secretary of Bengal said – under circumstances control
On the ongoing violence in Bengal, the Home Ministry issued the advisory on Sunday. In it, Mamta said the government was unable to maintain confidence in the citizens. Chief Minister of Bengal Malay Kumar on Monday claimed that the situation in the state is under control. Kumar wrote in the letter, “After the election, violence was done by some anti-social elements. To prevent such cases, no action was taken by the officers without any delay.
Mamata is doing bomb, bullet and ammo politics
BJP spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain said, “Mamta Banerjee, who has done politics of mother, soil and man, is now engaged in politics of bombs, bullets and gunpowder.” Vijayvargiya said that I believe that the central government will take seriously the incident of violence in Bengal. There is anger about violence among people.
Senior BJP leader Mukul Roy, who claims to have killed 5 people in Bengal violence, has said that four BJP workers of BJP were gunned down and killed by Trinamool supporters on Saturday night in Bengal. At the same time, Trinamool’s senior state minister Jyotipro Malik accused BJP of killing his activist Kyum Mullah.