Update: Carrying sword on Ram Navami was symbolical: Dilip Ghosh
Kolkata: A non bailable case has been filed against west Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh for allegedly proving arms to school students for their Ram Nabami procession on Wednesday. on the basis of complaint filed by locals at Kharaghpur local town police station. the police has filed a non bailable case under the arms act against Dilip ghosh.
Anuj Sharma, additional director general of police law and order in the state, said the rally was illegal and they used weapons in the rally.
Joint Commissioner of Kolkata Police Supratim said that, “They have marched with weapons without permission.”
Strict action will be taken against the culprits.If convicted under the Arms Act minimum sentence of 3 years and a maximum of 10 years in jail.