- BJP woman worker shot dead in North 24 Pargana
- BJP tweet – Trinamool’s goons shot women worker
- Mamata Banerjee said: BJP is taking CPI (M) support for spreading violence in Bengal
Kolkata. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accused Union Home Minister and BJP President Amit Shah of inciting violence in the state. Mamta said on Thursday that Shah is provoking BJP workers to drive propaganda on Facebook for violence. He said that the strike of junior doctors in Bengal is also a conspiracy of BJP and CPI (M). Both parties are doing politics of Hindu-Muslim.
Meanwhile, on Friday, a case of shooting BJP activist Saraswati Das in Basirhat of North 24 Parganas district came out. The Bengal BJP tweeted, “In Bashirhat, the supporters of TMC were shot and killed by Saraswati Das. The law system in Bengal is over. There is no one safe here. Mamta Banerjee herself is the Home Minister of the state. ‘
Performances across the country in support of doctors
In Bengal, the doctors were protesting against their colleagues. The doctors’ strike started on Tuesday continued for the fourth day. In support of these, there is a protest across the country including Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad. This also affects the health system. BJP leader Mukul Roy has alleged that people of one community attacked the doctors. All of them are connected to the Trinamool.
BJP giving communal color to doctors’ strike: CM
Mamta had reached Seth Sukhlal Karanani Memorial Hospital due to doctors’ strike on Thursday. They examined the medical services that had been interrupted for three days due to the strike. Mamta said that outsiders have been admitted to increase problems in medical colleges and hospitals. The BJP wants to give the strike a communal color. Apart from patients, no one should be allowed to stay in hospital premises.
Many BJP leaders were injured in the red market March
The BJP supporters had brought Lalabazar March to protest against the workers killed in Bengal violence on Wednesday. Supporters tried to surround the Kolkata-based police headquarters. During this time, police accused the BJP supporters of showering water and also left tear gas shells, accusing them of breaking the barricades. The BJP claims that the police used force on their supporters included in the Red Market March. In it, several workers including Mukul Roy and state general secretary Raju Banerjee were injured. Roy and Banerjee are admitted to the hospital. All 18 MPs of BJP were present in this demonstration against the Mamta Government.