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Bengal BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh’s Convoy Pelted with Stones, Leader Blames TMC

File picture of Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh.

The incident occurred when Ghosh went to Jamalpur space to work together with farmers on the farm legal guidelines. The supporters of the 2 events clashed, following which police personnel needed to resort to lathi-charge to convey the scenario underneath management, a police officer mentioned.

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  • Final Up to date: October 10, 2020, 9:56 PM IST
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West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh was proven black flags and his convoy pelted with stones allegedly by supporters of the ruling Trinamool Congress in Purba Barddhaman district on Saturday. The TMC, nonetheless, has denied the allegation.

The incident occurred when Ghosh went to Jamalpur space to work together with farmers on the farm legal guidelines. The supporters of the 2 events clashed, following which police personnel needed to resort to lathi-charge to convey the scenario underneath management, a police officer mentioned.

“As quickly as my convoy entered Jamalpur, I used to be proven black flags and my convoy was pelted with stones by TMC activists who carried their occasion flags. The TMC doesn’t consider in democracy and that is only a reflection of that,”Ghosh mentioned. “I’m used to such incidents however folks of the state will give them a befitting reply,” he added.

The native TMC management, nonetheless, denied the cost and mentioned that farmers “will need to have protested in opposition to the farm legal guidelines, that are in opposition to their pursuits”. The farm legal guidelines have emerged as the most recent flashpoint between the BJP and the TMC within the state.

The TMC and different opposition events have been protesting the three farm legal guidelines, saying these “anti-farmer measures” will “destroy” the agricultural sector. The BJP-led authorities on the Centre, nonetheless, has asserted the farm legal guidelines will free farmers from the clutches of the middlemen and permit them to promote their produce wherever they need at remunerative costs.

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