West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh on Sunday courted recent controversy by saying that extra Cooch Behar-like killings might occur within the subsequent section of meeting elections if “naughty boys like those who died in Sitalkuchi” attempt to take the legislation into their fingers. Strongly reacting to the BJP chief’s assertion, TMC demanded his arrest whereas the CPI(M) stated the remark “unmasks the saffron social gathering’s fascist face”.
“Naughty boys acquired bullets at Sitalkuchi. If anybody dares to take the legislation into his fingers, this may occur to him additionally,” Ghosh stated with out elaborating on the phrase ‘naughty boys’. “The naughty boys, who had presumed that the rifles of the central forces had been only for a present throughout election obligation, won’t dare repeat the identical mistake after seeing what occurred in Sitalkuchi,” he stated, whereas addressing an election rally at Baranagar in North 24 Parganas district.
Four individuals died as CISF personnel opened hearth after some individuals “tried to grab their rifles” whereas voting was underway in Sitalkuchi meeting constituency space within the fourth section on Saturday. “On April 17 (date of fifth section of polling) as effectively, the central forces can be on the cubicles. Sitalkuchi-like incidents might occur if individuals attempt to take the legislation into their fingers,” he stated.
His remark triggered protest with TMC demanding his speedy arrest. “We demand his speedy arrest for making such an inflammatory assertion which is able to encourage set off completely happy forces and threaten the security of voters,” TMC MP Sukhendu Sekhar Roy instructed reporters.
Left Front chief Sujan Chakraborty, additionally the CPI(M) candidate within the Jadavpur seat, stated, “Dilip Ghosh is making irresponsible statements. His remark unmasks the fascist face of the BJP.” Ghosh had earlier made a number of controversial statements, triggering political storms and public outrage..
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