West Bengal in anarchy: JP Nadda attacks on mamta

New Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party President JP Nadda on Thursday attacked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over her convoy, saying that there is anarchy, anarchy and intolerance prevailing under the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government in the state.

Addressing party workers at Diamond Harbor in South 24 Parganas district, Nadda exuded confidence that the BJP would form the government in West Bengal with a victory in the 2021 assembly elections.

“Today’s incident shows anarchy, anarchy and intolerance in the state. There is no room for political debate,” Nadda was quoted as saying,The way the Mamata government is functioning is detrimental to Indian democracy and is clearly” intolerance, your name is Mamata.

The terminology that Mamata ji has used for PM tells how far she has taken Bengal down. We feel hurt. Bengal belongs to everyone. In the coming elections, people will call him ‘Namaskar’ and the BJP’s lotus will blossom. He won more than 200 seats.

Nadda’s convoy was attacked today with stones and bricks allegedly by TMC supporters. The incident sparked a massive war between the BJP and the TMC, demanding stern action taken in the former, while the latter planned the attack.

Nadda said that he had not sustained any injuries in the attack as he was traveling in a bullet proof vehicle.

Every BJP worker will always stand for him. The impact of the brick can be seen on the windscreen of my bulletproof vehicle. It was because of the bulletproof vehicle that saved me, ”said Nadda.

Earlier today, Home Minister Amit Shah also condemned the attack on Nadda, saying that West Bengal had gone “under the Trinamool rule into an era of” tyranny, anarchy and darkness “, saying that the state government should allow peace-loving people The state has to answer for this “sponsored violence”.