Kolkata, Oct 14 (IANS): Bharatiya Janata Get together’s (BJP) Lok Sabha MP Locket Chatterjee on Wednesday wrote to Union Residence Minister Amit Shah, requesting him to look into the regulation and order scenario in West Bengal as it’s turning out to be a ‘very violent state’ for the opposition political events.
“I wish to deliver to your form discover that West Bengal is popping out to be a really violent state for political events to participate in opposition politics. Because the election yr is arriving, the state authorities and its administration are utilizing violence to cease the opposition, particularly the BJP, from participating in any democratic political exercise,” Chatterjee mentioned within the letter.
The BJP MP additionally requested the Union Residence Minister to look into the matter of chemical compounds utilized in water cannons throughout BJP’s protest march final week (October 8). She additionally condemned the killing of BJP chief Manush Shukla, who was shot lifeless by miscreants in Barrackpore.
“Greater than 110 BJP karyakartas confronted comparable killings for believing of their political ideologies. Political killings and violence by the police should not new for folks in Bengal,” mentioned the Lok Sabha MP from Hooghly district.
“I’m hoping for higher days,” she added.
In the meantime, West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar additionally criticised the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress authorities for the deteriorating regulation and order scenario and rising political violence throughout the state.
“The second I elevate the problem of unlawful bomb making; outlaws perpetrating violence – there’s shocker in wait – Manish Shukla killing and now blast rips roof off membership in Kolkata’s Beliaghata,” Dhankhar tweeted on Wednesday.
The Governor mentioned that the latest occasions point out most unlucky spectacle for democracy unfolding within the state – as the federal government, supposedly the upholder of the rights of the residents, is popping out its principal violator and tormentor.
“Incremental rise in human rights violations, relentless political violence, quelling of opposition, digital free run to syndicate and police, corruption, unauthorised infesting of energy corridors — all antithesis of democracy and rule of regulation,” he mentioned.