BJP activists on Monday put up street blockades in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district aspart of a 12hour Barrackpore bandh referred to as by the saffronparty to protest the killing of a celebration chief. The BJP staff burnt tyres and blocked majorthoroughfares comparable to BarrackporeBarasat Road and KalyaniExpressway, bringing visitors to a whole halt in the realm.
- PTI Kolkata
- Last Updated: October 5, 2020, 12:27 PM IST
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BJP activists on Monday put up street blockades in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district as half of a 12-hour Barrackpore bandh referred to as by the saffron social gathering to protest the killing of a celebration chief. The BJP staff burnt tyres and blocked main thoroughfares comparable to Barrackpore-Barasat Road and Kalyani Expressway, bringing visitors to a whole halt in the realm.
A big posse of policemen have been posted at varied locations in Barrackpore the place the protests are going down, an officer stated. BJP chief and native councillor Manish Sukla was shot lifeless on Sunday by two bike-borne assailants close to Titagarh, police stated.
A BJP delegation led by social gathering’s nationwide vice-president Mukul Roy went to Barrackpore to meet relations of Sukla. The BJP management blamed the Trinamool Congress for the incident, however the ruling social gathering has rubbished the accusation.
“It is shameful that the TMC has now started politics of annihilation of political opponents. We don’t have any faith in local police as this happened in front of the police station. We want a CBI inquiry,” BJP nationwide common secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya stated. BJP MP Arjun Singh additionally held the TMC liable for Sukla’s killing and claimed that pictures had been fired at him from a carbine.
Sukla, who converted to the saffron social gathering final 12 months, was thought of to be shut to Singh. Senior TMC chief Nirmal Ghosh stated the incident was a outcome of infighting throughout the BJP and allegations in opposition to his social gathering had been baseless.
“We have started an investigation and will look at all possible angles,” a senior police officer stated. The BJP has referred to as a 12-hour bandh in Barrackpore space on Monday in protest in opposition to the incident.
Meanwhile, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar expressed concern over the legislation and order state of affairs in the state and summoned the Additional Chief Secretary, Home, and the DGP on Monday morning.” “ACS Home @MamataOfficial and DGP @WBPolice have been summoned at 10 am tomorrow in the wake of worsening legislation and order state of affairs main to the dastardly killing of Manish Shukla, Councillor, Titagarh Municipality in political social gathering workplace,” Dhankhar stated in a tweet.