Stones pelted at BJP roadshow in Kolkata; ‘these ways will not work’, says Suvendu Adhikari


The stone pelting incident occurred simply hours after Mamata Banerjee introduced that she’s going to contest the Meeting polls from Nandigram.

Stones have been hurled at Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) staff throughout a roadshow in Kolkata on Monday including to the already charged up environment in West Bengal forward of meeting elections. 

Stones have been pelted at BJP staff who have been a part of a rally attended by Union Minister Debasree Chaudhuri, state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh and Suvendu Adhikari in Kolkata. An enormous police deployment was made within the state capital’s Mudiali space following the incident to forestall the state of affairs from escalating additional.

With out naming the ruling Trinamool Congress, Suvendu Adhikari mentioned that these ‘ways’ will not work and pressured that the folks of the state wan’t a change this time.

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“Police permission was obtained for this rally however nonetheless few individuals have been seen pelting stones. However these ways won’t work as a result of folks of West Bengal are with us and so they desire a change,” Adhikari mentioned. 

The stone pelting incident occurred simply hours after West Bengal CM and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee introduced that she’s going to contest the Meeting polls from Nandigram, the hometurf of  the house turf of poitical heavyweight Suvendu Adhikari, her former aide.

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“I’ve at all times began my marketing campaign for the meeting polls from Nandigram. It’s a fortunate place for me. So this time I really feel that I ought to contest the meeting polls from right here. I request our state celebration president Subrata Bakshi to approve my identify from this seat,” Banerjee mentioned addressing a  rally at Nandigram. 

Adhikari has thus far maintained a silence over the Mamata’s annoucement. 

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