this correspondence News | West Bengal Violence: 400 Families Crossed Over to Assam; Provided Shelter

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Guwahati: The ongoing violence in West Bengal erupted after the result of the ballot were out on May 2 forced over 400 people, mostly BJP workers, from the state to flee to Assam on Tuesday.

BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma said that around 400 BJP workers in conjunction with their families have reached the bordering district of Dhubri in fear of dangers to their lives.

Sarma said the state government has immediately arranged transitory shelter to them.

In a sad development 300-400 @BJP4Bengal karyakartas and members of the family have crossed over to Dhubri in Assam after confronted with brazen persecution & violence. We’re giving shelter & food. @MamataOfficial Didi should stop this ugly dance of demonocracy!

Bengal deserves better. pic.twitter.com/d3MXUvgQam

— Himanta Biswa Sarma (@himantabiswa) May 4, 2021

He informed, “In a sad development 300-400 BJP Bengal karyakartas and members of the family have crossed over to Dhubri in Assam after confronted with brazen persecution and violence. We’re giving shelter and food.”

He also lambasted Trinamool Congress leader Mamata Banerjee and held her responsible for the violence. He tweeted: “Didi should stop this ugly dance of demonocracy! Bengal deserves better.”

With different political parties accusing every other of indulging in post-poll violence in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday held a assembly with the top administrative and police officers of the state.

The assembly was once held after Prime Minister Narendra Modi dialled Governor Jagdeep Dhankar and expressed “serious anguish and concern” over the “worrisome” law and order situation in the state.

The results of the West Bengal Meeting election was once declared on May 2, where Mamata Banerjee-led TMC won its third successive term by winning 213 seats. Alternatively, hours after the results were declared, political violence erupted across the state, with a minimum of eight people reportedly killed so far.

BJP said out of the eight dead, at final six were its workers and alleged TMC for the act. The TMC has rejected the allegation and claimed that one of its workers was once killed in Burdwan.

The Bodoland/ Assam / India / International

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