BJP frameworks attacked by cops, rule of law killed in Bengal: Tejasvi Surya

BJYM public president Tejasvi Surya on Thursday descended vigorously on the West Bengal government over the “severe assault” on BJP activists, during their walk to the state secretariat, and said it was a “dark day as rule of law was killed” in the state.

Surya, the BJP MP from Bengaluru South, likewise looked for a request by the Union Home Ministry into the blue synthetic bound water that was splashed on party activists during the convention and named it a “gross infringement of common freedoms”.

“Today was a dark day… The TMC government killed rule of law in the state. The manner in which our units and pioneers were assaulted and thumped brutally by the police is phenomenal. Don’t we deserve the privilege to lead a quiet assembly in the state?” he said during a press meet here.

The parliamentarian further affirmed that he would keep on visiting Bengal and direct just fights to guarantee that the TMC gets vanquished in the following get together surveys.

Portions of Kolkata and connecting Howrah looked like a fight zone on Thursday as BJP laborers and allies conflicted with police, heaving stones and hindering streets with consuming tires, to fight a series of killings of saffron party laborers.

Police faculty in revolt gear burst teargas shells beat up instigators and utilized water guns to separate the fights which proceeded in the two urban areas for over three hours.