9 BJP worker killed in Bengal, PM Modi talks to Governor.

9 BJP worker killed in Bengal, PM Modi talks to Governor.

Violence between BJP workers and TMC, JP Nadda arrives in Kolkata.

Post election violence in Bengal, 11 killed in clash between BJP and TMC workers so far. BJP JP Nadda arrives in Kolkata, PM Modi talks to Governor. After the election results in West Bengal on May 2, the phase of violence has started once again. Following the landside victory of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC. There are now violent clashes between BJP and ruling party workers. Till now there have been reports of violence from 6 districts and about 11 people have been killed in two days.

Prime Minster Narender Modi called Govdrnor Jagdish called Governor Jagdish Dhankar and expressed concern over arson and killings in Bengal. On the other hand, meanwhile, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court on Tuesday. It demands that the Supreme Court offer the central government to deploy a central security force to prevent political violece in Bengal so that law and order can be restored in the state.

Nadda said- After the partition of India, Highest intolerance in India

To happening this incident, BJP National President JP Nadda reached Kolkata on Tuesday. They will stay in West Bengal for two days to review the areas of violence. After reaching Kolkata, Nadda said that the events which have seen and heard after the results of the election of West Bengal are surprising and worrying. I had heard such incidents at the time of Partition of India, but we have not seen so much intolerance after the election results in independent India.

He said that BJP is determined to go ahead and see the attacks on the activists. He said that they will fight with them in democratic manner by standing with them in this difficult time. The martyrdom of the workers will not go in vain. We will take the battle of their ideology to a critical point.

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