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Gruesome Post-Poll Political Violence Continues In West Bengal

The BJP workers and apolitical Hindus are falling prey to Mamata’s graceful win in Bengal

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Ishita Chakraborty
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INDIA: The unceasing political violence against the BJP party workers continued in West Bengal on Wednesday after the elections. In another incident of political killings, a BJP worker named Arup Raidas was killed and his body was hanged from a tree in the Bankura district. According to the reports, Raidas was murdered by the Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons. He was a polling booth agent from the Indus Assembly of West Bengal.

In Bengal, TMC goons are assaulting men, women, Hindu, Muslims everyone just for their political choices. A woman was gangraped after a TMC goons barged in her house on Tuesday. In the last few days, more than 30 people were killed in the state. The inhumanity is completely ignored by everyone.

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The BJP workers and apolitical Hindus are falling prey to Mamata’s graceful win in Bengal. The big question is why the media is silent about it? Why is no media covering the ‘systematic massacre’ in Bengal?

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar over the recent spate of violence allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers and deteriorating law and order situation in the eastern state.

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In another horrifying incident, bombs were hurled at the residence of a BJP worker in Bhatpara. Along with this, TMC party workers reportedly entered a house and vandalized it. In a gruesome incident, BJP’s Avijit Sarkar was lynched to death along with his pet puppies allegedly by the TMC goons. 

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On Wednesday, BJP President JP Nadda said that at least 14 BJP workers were killed during the post-election violence. The brutality resulted in a mass exodus of 300 people from Bengal to Assam.

In recently concluded polls, TMC won 213 out of 292 seats while BJP won 77 seats. Following the election victory, the TMC workers have been unleashing rampant violence against their political opponents, including BJP workers and those of CPM and even Congress.

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