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BJP office was vandalized at Bhatpada in North 24 Parganas district. TMC activists are accused of this.
After the assembly elections in Bengal, a series of political violence has started. The BJP office in Kolkata was set on fire on the result day itself. On Monday, there are reports of beating of two party workers. The Home Ministry has sought a report from the Bengal government on targeting opposition party workers.
BJP state president Dilip Ghosh claimed that 9 people died in 24 hours in the violence that started after the election. There is an atmosphere of fear in the state. The ruling party is sitting with folded hands. The police are not helping. We have met the Governor on this issue. He has given assurance of action.
Attack on BJP office
In Bhatpara in North 24 Parganas district, the BJP office and some shops were attacked and vandalized by some people. During this time bombs were also thrown. One person said that TMC miscreants looted my shop. At least 10 bombs have been thrown here.
Elections postponed in three seats
Meanwhile, the Election Commission has postponed elections in two seats in Bengal and one in Odisha. This decision has been taken because of Corona.