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‘Nabanna Abhijan’: BJP Chief JP Nadda Forms Five-member Team to Inquest Violence

The team will be held responsible for the accurate findings, and the final report will be submitted to the BJP national president JP Nadda

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INDIA. West Bengal: On Tuesday, the saffron party chief JP Nadda seeks a probe into violence which broke against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers at the ‘Nabanna rally’. The rally witnessed an intense clash between BJP workers and West Bengal police.

In due course, many protesters faced maltreatment and poundings from the state police, and even some were brought into custody. 

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Meanwhile, the Nadda formed a five-member team to investigate the entire matter; as per reports, they were directed to collect information from the site of the incident. 

The panel includes senior heads like former Broadcasting Minister and Lok Sabha MP Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Director General of Police (DGP) of Uttar Pradesh and Rajya Sabha MP Brij Lal, Rajya Sabha MP Sameer Umrao and former parliamentarian Sunil Jakhar, former Information and Lok Sabha member of Parliament Aparajita Sarangi. 

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The team will be held responsible for the accurate findings, and the final report will be submitted to the BJP national president JP Nadda.

The BJP press release stated, “The BJP demands strict action against the culprits from the state government on the violent incident like the brutal beating of workers in Bengal.” 

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The Bengal Chief Minister blamed the saffron party for performing an anti-social activity, disguising protesters. She said, “People were harassed and public properties vandalised and destroyed. You can’t have goons and bombs brought in, in the name of protests. Remember, police and fringe elements cannot go together. No anti-social activity will get any cover under the garb of politics; the police will take action if that happens.”

The TMC party chief and Bengal CM defend the State Police and justify their action by saying, “The police officers could have fired in the air, but they were very measured in their response. This cannot happen; you cannot book trains and bring people from other states to create a nuisance in Bengal.”

Also Read: BJP’s “Nabanna Rally” Turned Violent, Protesters Set Ablaze Police Cars 

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