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TMC Leader Madan Mitra Threatens BJP Workers amid ‘Nabanna Abhiyan’ Rally Violence

However, the TMC MLA also said that the party wants development not violence

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INDIA. West Bengal: The Chairman of the West Bengal Transport Corporation (WBTC) and TMC leader Madan Mitra issued an open threat to all BJP workers who took part in ‘Nabanna rally violence’. Mitra said he could “teach a lesson to the BJP workers in just ten minutes”.

While addressing a meeting at Kamarhati constituency, Mitra said, “If there is an instruction from the party’s higher-ups, it won’t take more than ten minutes to thrash those who were involved in hooliganism and vandalism, attacked government properties, threatened TMC and the administration (during the march) and to teach them the lesson they deserve, also to the one who asked the police do not to touch him (BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari )”.

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However, the TMC MLA demonstrated the power of the Bengal ruling party in a way that the opposition could sense trepidation before taking any action. 

“What the TMC party can do, but won’t go that far. With twice as much force as the attackers, we can retaliate. We can send two youths on bikes to launch four crude bombs, scaring away everyone who indulge in tall talks.” he added. 

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Mitra, however, said that there was nothing glorious about the action. 

“TMC leaders are increasingly making such dangerous comments like lumps as they are losing the support of common people. We will see more such comments by these leaders to scare the opposition. But the days of TMC are numbered.” said Mitra. 

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The saffron party initiated the ‘Nabanna Chalo’ march to the state secretariat against the corruption in the state turned violent last week, and party workers came into action with the Bengal Police force. During the protest, a police car is set ablaze leaving behind former deputy mayor Meena Devi Purohit injured. 

The rebellious combat occurred when the Bengal Police tried stopping the protesters from entering Kolkata. In a recent change, BJP party chief JP Nadda seeks a probe into violence against the BJP workers.

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

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