Violence in West Bengal - Bombs were thrown near the house and office of the BJP MP

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India News – Incidents of violence are increasing in West Bengal amid election campaigning. According to information received by the World News superfast, in the Jagdal of North 24 Parganas, there was a crude bomb attack at several places on Wednesday late night. The place where this attack took place is not far from the house of BJP MP Arjun Singh. The BJP will complain about this attack to the Election Commission.

In the case, BJP MP Arjun Singh said that bombs were hurled at about 15 places.

Police-installed CCTV cameras were also dismantled. He blamed the Trinamool Congress for this. Meanwhile, ACP AP Chaudhary said that 3 people including a child were injured in this attack.

Police is not taking action: BJP

According to information received by World News superfast, BJP MP Arjun Singh said that his office ‘Mazdoor Bhavan’ was bombed in the evening. After this, his vehicle was targeted and bombed.

The MP said that after the bombing at my office, when I returned home at night, in the presence of Bengal Police, my vehicle was targeted and a bomb was thrown. Law and order is being torn apart in the area, where is the administration? The police is not doing anything.

Warning to the Election Commission: Vijayvargiya

BJP’s Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya and MP Mukul Roy have also blamed TMC for the incident and told the Election Commission to complain about the case. Vijayvargiya said that TMC has become a symbol of politics with violence. Here the goons are openly throwing bombs and firing bullets. The Election Commission should take this as a warning or else there will be no peaceful voting in Bengal.

Accused of beating BJP worker

According to information received by World News superfast, meanwhile BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari staged a protest outside a police station in East Midnapore on Wednesday. He alleged that one of his supporters was beaten up by Trinamool Congress workers. Shubhendu lodged a complaint against TMC workers at the Marishada Police Station. Claimed that Trinamool activists attacked the BJP supporter Buddhadeb Manna. The attack on the worker allegedly took place in the North Kanti assembly constituency.

8 phase election in Bengal

According to information received by the World News superfast, this time in West Bengal, voting will be in 8 phases. Voting for 294-seat assembly 27 March (30 seats), 1 April (30 seats), 6 April (31 seats), 10 April (44 seats), 17 April (45 seats), 22 April (43 seats), 26 April (36 seats), is to be held on 29 April (35 seats).

WORLD NEWS SUPERFASTIndia News – Incidents of violence are increasing in West Bengal amid election campaigning. According to information received by the World News superfast, in the Jagdal of North 24 Parganas, there was a crude bomb attack at several places on Wednesday late night. The place where this attack took place is not far from the house of BJP MP Arjun Singh. The BJP will complain about this attack to the Election Commission.In the case, BJP MP Arjun Singh said that bombs were hurled at about 15 places.Police-installed CCTV cameras were also dismantled. He blamed the Trinamool Congress for this. Meanwhile, ACP AP Chaudhary said that 3 people including a child were injured in this attack.Police is not taking action: BJPAccording to information received by World News superfast, BJP MP Arjun Singh said that his office ‘Mazdoor Bhavan’ was bombed in the evening. After this, his vehicle was targeted and bombed.The MP said that after the bombing at my office, when I returned home at night, in the presence of Bengal Police, my vehicle was targeted and a bomb was thrown. Law and order is being torn apart in the area, where is the administration? The police is not doing anything.Warning to the Election Commission: VijayvargiyaBJP’s Bengal in-charge Kailash Vijayvargiya and MP Mukul Roy have also blamed TMC for the incident and told the Election Commission to complain about the case. Vijayvargiya said that TMC has become a symbol of politics with violence. Here the goons are openly throwing bombs and firing bullets. The Election Commission should take this as a warning or else there will be no peaceful voting in Bengal.Accused of beating BJP workerAccording to information received by World News superfast, meanwhile BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari staged a protest outside a police station in East Midnapore on Wednesday. He alleged that one of his supporters was beaten up by Trinamool Congress workers. Shubhendu lodged a complaint against TMC workers at the Marishada Police Station. Claimed that Trinamool activists attacked the BJP supporter Buddhadeb Manna. The attack on the worker allegedly took place in the North Kanti assembly constituency.8 phase election in BengalAccording to information received by the World News superfast, this time in West Bengal, voting will be in 8 phases. Voting for 294-seat assembly 27 March (30 seats), 1 April (30 seats), 6 April (31 seats), 10 April (44 seats), 17 April (45 seats), 22 April (43 seats), 26 April (36 seats), is to be held on 29 April (35 seats).
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