CALCUTTA: MP of the Trinamool Congress Mahua Moitra on Wednesday he asked whether the West Bengal government should follow its counterpart from Uttar Pradesh and demolish the homes of saffron camp leaders.
The TMC The MP’s remark came the day after public properties were damaged in Calcutta and Howrah during the BJP’s mega protest march.

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“What if Bengal used Bhogiji Ajay Bisht’s model and sent bulldozers to the homes of BJP workers who destroyed public property yesterday? Will the BJP abide by its own policy or put their chadds in a twist?” Moitra said. in a Tweet.
Ajay Bisht is the birth name of Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath.
That state’s administration razed alleged illegal property of people accused of bulldozing crimes.

In another tweet, Sharing a photograph of a group of people setting fire to a police car during the demonstration, Moitra also asked if the first chapter of the central government’s national education policy is about how to set fire to police vehicles. .

Reacting to Moitra’s statement, BJP senior leader Rahul Sinha said he should first explain whether the same parameter can be applied in the case of vandalism owned by the West Bengal Assembly by members of the TMC.
He was referring to the incident of November 30, 2006, when TMC’s MLAs, who were then in opposition, went wild after Mamata Banerjee came to the Assembly after police prevented her from traveling to Singur.

“Moitra should explain whether the same rules apply to those who took part in the Assembly property rampage against his party colleagues,” PTI reported citing Sinha quotes.
Meanwhile, Calcutta Mayor Firhad Hakim visited BJP councilor Meena Devi Purohit at a hospital where she was admitted after suffering head injuries during the saffron party’s march to West Bengal secretariat, Nabanna, the day before. .

The chairman of the BJP state unit, Sukanta Majumdar, also visited her in the hospital here.
“She suffered a head injury and I wish her a speedy recovery,” Hakim told reporters after visiting Purohit, a councilor at the Kolkata Municipal Corporation.



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