BJP boss Amit Shah on Wednesday indicted West Bengal’s statute Trinamool Congress of indulging in assault in a state and purported that a Election Commission has been a “mute spectator”.
Addressing a press discussion here, Shah also pronounced he would not have transient unhurt but CRPF insurance when his procession was allegedly pounded in Kolkata on Tuesday.
He pronounced West Bengal has witnessed assault in all a 6 phases of Lok Sabha polls. “The BJP is contesting polls in all states. There has been no violence. But there has been assault in West Bengal as TMC is contesting elections there … it is simple,” he said.
Shah also indicted TMC “goons” of vandalising a bust of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar inside a college, observant it was finished to benefit “sympathy” as a Mamata Banerjee-led celebration has realised a “reverse count” has begun.
Accusing a check row of being a “mute spectator” in West Bengal, he purported that history-sheeters were not arrested before polls.
He also purported that a EC has laid “double standards” and it has been prejudiced towards a Trinamool Congress.