Biplab Deb Criticizes Mamata Banerjee Over Post-Poll Violence in West Bengal

Biplab Kumar Deb

BJP leader Biplab Deb has sharply criticized West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, accusing her of failing to protect the citizens of the state from post-poll violence. Deb’s remarks come amid ongoing reports of unrest and violence following the recent elections. He condemned Banerjee’s administration for not taking adequate measures to ensure the safety and security of the people.

Deb, who is a former Chief Minister of Tripura, announced that he, along with other senior BJP leaders, will visit Cooch Behar to meet with victims of the post-poll violence. This visit aims to provide support to those affected and gather firsthand accounts of the incidents. Deb emphasized the BJP’s commitment to standing by the victims and ensuring that justice is served.

Speaking to the media, Deb expressed his dismay over the situation in West Bengal, stating that the violence has left many BJP supporters and their families in a state of fear and insecurity. He accused the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) of orchestrating attacks against opposition supporters and failing to maintain law and order in the state.

“The current situation in West Bengal is alarming. The state government has failed its people by not taking decisive action against those responsible for the violence. We will not remain silent while our supporters are targeted,” Deb said. He called for immediate intervention by the central government to restore peace and security in the region.

Senior BJP leaders accompanying Deb include the party’s West Bengal unit president, Sukanta Majumdar, and national vice-president, Dilip Ghosh. They plan to visit several areas in Cooch Behar that have been particularly affected by the violence. The team will also meet with local BJP workers to discuss their concerns and provide assurances of support from the party.

In response to Deb’s criticism, TMC leaders have denied any involvement in the violence, attributing the unrest to internal conflicts within the BJP. They accuse the BJP of using the violence as a political tool to undermine the TMC government.

As the situation in West Bengal remains tense, the visit by Deb and other BJP leaders is seen as a crucial step in addressing the grievances of those affected by the violence. The BJP’s efforts to support the victims underscore the party’s broader strategy to challenge the TMC’s dominance in the state and push for stronger governance and security measures.



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