Kolkata: The top BJP leaders of West Bengal on Sunday took the street of Kolkata protesting against the Trinamool Congress for being indulged in political violence throughout the state ahead of the upcoming Municipal Elections. The BJP leaders who participated in the rally were BJP President Rahul Sinha, BJP West Bengal observer Siddharth Nath Singh, Union Minister Babul Supriyo, MP S S Ahluwaliya among others. At the end of the rally at Dharmatala, the BJP leaders took on the TMC.
Speaking at the rally, Siddharth Nath Singh said, “The BJP leaders throughout the state are being attacked by the Trinamool Congress. The BJP workers were attaked in Kolkata even today. He even compared the Government of Mamata Banerjee to that of the British Raj. He said, “The people of India threw out the British and brought about a change in the country. likewise change has to be brought in West Bengal.”
With less than a week left for the Municipal elections, the BJP and the other opposition parties including CPI(M) and Congress are levelling allegations of violence against the Trinamool. Now how far the allegations bear fruit for the opposition or TMC retains its hold over KMC, is a matter of question.