Dilip Ghosh Tongue-Lashed TMC & State Police


Malda: In support of Bandh on September 26, the state BJP on Monday held a meeting at LIC crossing of English Bazar area of Malda in West Bengal. On this day state BJP president Dilip Ghosh tongue-lashed on the state government and state police.

Ghosh said that, “The role of the state police can not be understood whether they are making law or breaking the law. They have become the pet dogs of TMC. Police is working like the TMC party members. And they are losing their respect while working on the whims of the TMC.”

The meeting was held in support of the bandh called by the state BJP on Wednesday 26th September. Dilip Ghosh snubbed the TMC general secretary Partha Chatterjee. He said, “Partha babu (Chatterjee) said that they will get down on streets to stop the Bandh. Who will get on the street? The public will thrash them. Get down on street once. Police will not be able to Stop the Bandh.”.

Ghosh criticized the TMC leaders saying that, “All the TMC ministers are moving around with Z category security. They have to face consequences once Z category security will be taken away from them. They will not even get the place to put Bandages on their wounds. Such tyrannical, autocratic government was never in West Bengal before. Not even there in any other part of the country. You have broken all the records. So we have to come down to the streets.”