BJP leader Mukul Roy blames Mamata Banerjee for West Bengal unrest


Bhartiya Janta Party leader Mukul Roy has blamed Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the clashes between TMC and BJP. On June 8 workers of both the party had a spat over taking off party flags in Basirhat’s Sandeshkhali.

Workers from both the side were left injured and the blame game is still on.

After the incident came into limelight, Mukul Roy tweeted that TMC goons attacked BJP workers and four of his workers (Devdas Mondal, Tapas Mandol, Sukant Mandol and Pradeep Mandol) were shot dead in Sandeshkhali, Basirhat. He added that Mamata Banerjee is indulging in a reign of terror and they have sent a message to Home Minister Amit Shah, Kailash Vijayvargiya, and their state leaders.

Mukul Roy said Mamata Banerjee is solely responsible for this type of activities in West Bengal and is provocating her workers to do all this. There is no democracy in West Bengal and the democratic features are at stake, he further added. As per latest reports, Roy will be landing around 10 am at Kolkata airport. He along with Arjun Singh will be visiting the spot today in Sandeshkhali.

On the other hand, Bengal minister and TMC in-charge of North 24 Pargana district blamed the BJP for the death of Qayum Mollah and said that the BJP goons killed him.

Mollah, a TMC worker was seriously injured and taken to the Minakha Gramin Hospital in Basirhat. He later succumbed to his injuries.