One day after the violence at the nearby town of Kolkata, after the rally of the BJP President Amit Shah, the party has claimed it will be informed to the Election Commission through the portrayal of the actual picture in the West Bengal.

Police have caught 11 persons for being directly involved in the violence. They are inspecting the witnesses and checking the CCTV footage.

The State President of BJP, Dilip Ghosh told, “We will inform the Election Commission about the clashes that took place yesterday at Kanthi. We will portray ”, claiming that several workers of the party were yet to come back home after taking part in the rally.

He told, “ We don’t know what happened to them. They are missing. This is a dangerous situation”.

According to the reports, Trinamool party office was probed and party workers of both sides were injured. The vehicles transporting the BJP workers were set on fire.

The Chief Minister of Tripura, Biplab Deb, who escorted BJP State President Dilip Ghosh during the press conference, reminded his counter fellow West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee that law and order is significant subject and she can not escape from her responsibilities.

BJP also arranged protest rallies in the various parts of West Bengal, against the violence at Kanthi which is considered as the stronghold for Trinamool leader Suvendu Adhikari, who is also the transport minister of the state.


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