Kolkata: Escalating his assault on the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC), Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday stated the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will finish political and election violence in West Bengal after coming to energy and reached out to the voters stating solely “Bhoomi Putra” of West Bengal will change into the Chief Minister.
Shah, who was talking throughout a city corridor assembly at Kamarhati in North 24 Parganas district, alleged that no arrests had been made regardless of the killings of over 100 BJP employees in West Bengal.
“130 BJP workers have been killed in West Bengal so far but not one arrest has been made yet. After the BJP comes to power here, not even one TMC worker will be killed. If such a thing happens, strict action will be taken,” he stated.
The Union Home Minister whereas talking at an election rally in Basirhat Dakshin earlier reiterated his accusation that Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee instigated the Cooch Behar violence.
He additionally cornered the Chief Minister for demanding his resignation over the incident and stated the folks of West Bengal will give her a befitting reply on May 2 when the outcomes are declared.
“Didi is repeatedly saying Amit Shah must resign. Didi, when people will ask me to resign, then I will. But you must prepare as you will have to resign on May 2,” he stated.
Shah additionally carried out large roadshows in Ranaghat Dakshin and Nadia district’s Santipur forward of the fifth part of polling within the state.
The Home Minister, whereas talking in Santipur the place he was campaigning for BJP candidate Jagannath Sarkar, accused the TMC supremo of politicising the firing incident at a polling sales space in Sitalkuchi Assembly seat in Cooch Behar district and stated political violence will vanish from the state after the BJP involves energy.
“Yesterday, an unfortunate incident happened in Cooch Behar. Some miscreants attacked the CISF (personnel) and tried to snatch their weapon and in the firing four miscreants died. It is a sad incident. But even sadder is its politicisation. A few days back Mamata had provoked the public against the central forces. I ask Mamata, is her speech not responsible for the incident?” Shah stated alleging the TMC chief was indulging in politics of appeasement and pleasing her vote financial institution.
Over 78 % voter turnout was recorded within the fourth part of the meeting elections. The campaigning is in full swing for the fifth part of the meeting polls on April 17.
West Bengal is voting in eight phases this time. The outcomes can be declared on May 2.