Dilip Ghosh's big claim: 37 BJP workers killed in Bengal violence, 166 sacrificed in 5 years

New Delhi: West Bengal BJP unit president Dilip Ghosh has made a big claim saying that 166 BJP workers have sacrificed in West Bengal in the last five years and 37 party workers have been killed in the state after the assembly election results. The BJP's Uttar Pradesh unit on Tuesday held virtual talks with its functionaries and workers over the post-assembly election atmosphere in West Bengal and claimed that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) was spreading violence.

According to a statement issued from the BJP state headquarters, the issue of "blood-soaked Bengal scenario" with uttar pradesh workers was discussed by Dilip ghosh, head of the party's West Bengal unit, which was attended by BJP national vice president and state in-charge Radha Mohan Singh, state president Swatanter Dev Singh and state general secretary (organisation) Sunil Bansal from BJP state headquarters Lucknow. According to the statement, West Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh expressed gratitude to the workers and functionaries of Uttar Pradesh and said that the hard work done by all of you from Uttar Pradesh in the assembly elections is a result of which bjp has won 77 assembly seats in Bengal.

Ghosh further said, "Bengal is identified as the land of revolutionaries, spiritual santo, social reformers, Rabindra Sangeet, Hari Sankirtan gangasagar to Kalighat, and the land of sweets, but unfortunately, today Bengal blood soaked, Bangabandhu is suffering and there is a hue and cry all around'.


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