Violence in West Bengal: Complaint against Mithun Chakraborty and Dilip Ghosh

GG News Bureau

Kolkata, 7th May. As the results declared for the West Bengal Assembly Elections 2021 on May 2, violence started in different areas of Bengal in which many BJP workers lost their lives. The BJP has claimed that around 300 to 400 of its activists migrated to Assam because of the fear of TMC goons.

The effects of all these violence were visible on the day of swearing in West Bengal on 5 May. After administering the oath to CM Mamata Banerjee by Governor Jagdeep Dhankar, he said that it is hoped that the new government will continue to rule the state with proper law and order in the state.

Now Mamata Banerjee has declared that the government will give compensation of two lakhs to those who were killed in the violence. Amidst all this, the TMC worker has named BJP Bengal President Dilip Ghosh and Mithun Chakraborty responsible for the violence in their complaint.

Mrityunjay Paul said in his complaint that Dilip Ghosh and Mithun Chakraborty incited BJP workers to “spread violence and brutality in West Bengal”.

The complaint submitted to the Kolkata Police stated that BJP workers have burnt and destroyed the houses of TMC workers and TMC workers are roaming the streets homeless and helpless. Paul said that the statements of these two leaders are directly responsible for the violence that Bengal witnessed. These people cannot escape their responsibility.

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