Kolkata: BJP and TMC on Wednesday traded charges implicating each other of letting loose violence during Amit Shah’s roadshow in Kolkata on Tuesday even as West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee secured a 7-km-long demonstration march in the state capital.

The 2 celebrations likewise blamed each other over the vandalisation of the statue of social reformer Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar in a college called after him during Shah’s roadshow.

The day began with the BJP president Shah dealing with an interview in Delhi where he showed some images declaring evidence of participation of TMC trainees wing in the damage of the statue.
He likewise declared that the secrets to eviction of the college were with the TMC trainees which BJP employees had no access to them.

The BJP chief likewise declared that he would not have actually had the ability to leave from the scene of the violence had the CRPF not been released.

Shah implicated the state cops and the Election Commission of being a mute viewer.

“The Election Commission if just a silent spectator. It should intervene. In West Bengal, history-sheeters are allowed to roam free at the time of elections by giving a bond which is contrary to the practice elsewhere. I appeal to the Election Commission to at least ensure a free and fair election in the last phase in the state,” he stated.

Hitting back at Shah, TMC leader Derek O’Brien implicated BJP of bringing activists from outdoors West Bengal to foment violence.

He implicated the main forces of operating in “cahoots” with BJP in the state. He revealed images of state BJP president Dilip Ghosh being seen with workers of the main force to substantiate his charge.
“There were slogans like ‘Vidyasagar shesh (finished), where is the josh (pride),” O-Brien stated.
He dismissed Shah’s remarks that the BJP guys did not have secrets to the college, stating it was a kid’s argument. “They climbed the walls and gates to engage in vandalism,” he stated.

The 2 celebrations likewise approached the Election Commission in the matter.

Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman headed a BJP delegation to grumble about TMC while O-Brief led a four-member MP’s delegation to offer proof of BJP’s participation in the violence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended to election rallies in Bengal and assaulted Mamata Banerjee, implicating her of supporting the culture of violence in the state and trying to squash BJP.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath likewise signed up with the chorus of attack versus TMC and the West Bengal federal government. Declaring politicisation of the administration in Bengal, he stated that there was a requirement for “intervention” in the state.

BJP likewise held demonstrations in various parts of the nation versus violence during Shah’s roadshow.
Unfazed by the BJP blitzkrieg, Banerjee secured a roadshow in Kolkata accompanied by cadres of TMC who screamed mottos opposing versus BJP. They declared that BJP was attempting to communalise the environment in the state.

In Kolkata, BJP Rajya Sabha member Roopa Ganguly implicated TMC of producing disturbances during Shah’s roadshow, stating that demonstration is allowed a democracy, however “throwing stones is not a protest”.

Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel condemned the smashing the statue of Vidyasagar, calling the function as an insult to individuals of West Bengal.

Taking to Twitter, Patel composed: “We condemn the destruction of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar’s statue. This insult to the people of Bengal by BJP will never be forgiven. Greed for power will see the BJP dismantle every icon of Bengal, their legacy and the culture that they helped build.”

BJP employees held a quiet demonstration at Jantar Mantar in the nationwide capital versus the Kolkataviolence Numerous leading leaders of the celebration consisting of Union Minister Harsh Vardhan, Jitendra Singh and Vijay Goel, were seen sitting with a finger on their lips, holding placards that check out– ‘Save Bengal, Save Democracy.’ The leaders likewise used black bands as a mark of demonstration.

Source: ANI