Mamata Banerjee Sworn in as CM, BJP Comes Out in Protest

GG News Bureau

Kolkata, 5th May. Mamata Banerjee has sworn in as the Chief Minister of the state for the third time today after victory in the West Bengal assembly elections. Meanwhile, the largest opposition party in Bengal, the Bharatiya Janata Party, is staging a sit-in protest against Mamata Banerjee over the Bengal violence. BJP President JP Nadda is leading the protest.

The assembly elections in West Bengal are over, but the political battle is still on. Violence erupted in many areas after the results of the Bengal election, in which many people were injured and many died. Today, the Bharatiya Janata Party is staging a sit-in protest against the bloodshed in Bengal.

BJP president JP Nadda, and Dilip Ghosh protested at the BJP office. During this, new BJP MLAs were also sworn in. Apart from this, JP Nadda will also visit the families of many BJP workers today. The BJP is protesting against the violence in Bengal in different parts of the country today. The BJP has been continuously accusing the Trinamool Congress since the violence started in Bengal on Sunday. BJP alleges that TMC activists have attacked BJP offices, homes of their supporters, and shops. Many of their activists have been killed and dozens injured so far in the violence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on phone over the issue of violence in Bengal and expressed concern over the state of the state. Meanwhile, on Tuesday, JP Nadda reached Bengal and met the families of BJP workers.

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