5 May 2021
After the results of the West Bengal Assembly elections, political violence fueled by revenge in Bengal and the BJP’s virtual protests in the episode of Bharatiya Janata Party’s nationwide protests against the killing and attack of BJP workers and incidents of arson was organized. BJP national vice-president and regional in-charge Mr. Saudan Singh was particularly present in this protest organized under the chairmanship of state president Arun Sood. While co incharge himachal pradesh Sanjay Tandon, Organization General Secretary Dinesh Kumar, State General Secretaries Chandrashekhar, Ramveer Bhatti, Mayor Ravikant Sharma, former MP Satyapal Jain, all state officials, all district presidents, all Morcha presidents, mandal presidents and thousands BJP workers were virtually involved in this dharna.
All the speakers in the dharna strongly condemned the attack on BJP workers in West Bengal and expressed regret over the state government’s failure to stop them and demanded Mamata Banerjee to stop these riots immediately. These speakers also said that if Mamata Banerjee cannot stop this political violence, then the central leadership is able to order the BJP workers, the BJP workers themselves are able to stop these attacks but do not want to do it without the orders of the party leadership.
Giving the above information, state spokesman Kailash Chand Jain said thatOn this occasion, State President Sood said that within 24 hours of the election results in West Bengal, many Bharatiya Janata Party workers were killed. Many are seriously injured and many activists’ houses and shops have been burnt. All these incidents are happening at the behest of Trinamool Congress and Didi Mamta Banerjee. The orgy of violence is so terrible that fear is building among BJP workers and many workers are being forced to flee. But Bharatiya Janata Party workers are not afraid.
He thanked the National President of Bharatiya Janata Party Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda and National General Secretary Bhupendra Yadav who immediately reached Bengal in the hour of this crisis and stood with the workers and boosted their morale.Arun Sood said that democracy is being murdered in West Bengal which is an insult to the people’s mandate. Whereas Mamata Banerjee should respect the mandate. She should take the responsibility of protecting everyone as the Chief Minister of entire Bengal. On the contrary, she has demonstrated her petty mentality by attacking the BJP workers who had given her competition in the elections. Her actions are a threat to democracy.
Democracy should prevail in the country, that’s why the Bharatiya Janata Party has always respected democracy and BJP workers will continue to register their protest in a democratic manner whenever there is a threat to democracy. He also asked the Chandigarh workers to register their protest democratically in order to exercise restraint. Arun Sood thanked Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah for taking immediate cognizance of these undemocratic incidents and also appealed that they should deal with such anti-country elements strictly.