'Bengal police kept watching and Mamata's workers kept looting,' Adhir Ranjan's letter to CM Banerjee

Kolkata: The Congress party has also raised questions about the violence that erupted after the Assembly elections in West Bengal. In the Lok Sabha, Congress Parliamentary Party leader Adhir Ranjan Choudhary has written to Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. In this, he has accused TMC activists of violence. Adhir Ranjan has demanded ensuring justice for Congress workers who are victims of "violence and atrocities committed by ruling party workers."

According to the letter, TMC workers looted and ransacked the houses of Congress party workers in "daylight" on Thursday. Adhir Ranjan Choudhary wrote in his letter, "I want to draw your attention to the violence and atrocities committed by the ruling party (TMC) workers in broad daylight today. The houses of Congress party workers have been ransacked and looted. Adhir Ranjan has explained how the entire crime was carried out under the full supervision of the local police administration."

Adhir Ranjan Choudhary has requested Mamata Banerjee to take prompt administrative action against the culprits. He said, "You will be surprised to know that the entire robbery and violence took place under the supervision of the local police administration.'' In this situation, those who are present in that area immediately demand administrative action against these miscreants. He has demanded CM Mamata Banerjee to intervene and ensure justice for the victims.

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