Bharatiya Janata Party workers have demonstrated in Kolkata against Mamta government. During this time, the police have used water cannon on the Bharatiya Janata Party workers. Activists are protesting against the increase in electricity prices. Be aware that preparations have been made to file a petition in the High Court against the BJP police for hiding the body of dead BJP worker Swaroop Gorai of Nanur in Birbhum district.
Let us tell that the BJP will file a petition on Wednesday as the High Court will remain closed due to Muharram on Tuesday. BJP workers in Kolkata have demonstrated against the Mamta government. During this time, police have used water cannon on BJP workers. Activists are protesting against the increase in electricity prices. Go ahead for the full report.
According to the media report, the angry family members and BJP leaders refused to take the dead body due to the police's decision not to bring Swaroop's body from NRS Hospital to the state BJP office. Here, a notice has been put out by the police outside the house of the deceased, which states that he is currently kept in the mortuary of the hospital due to the refusal of the dead body by the family of the deceased.
In this case, the family members of the deceased have alleged that they wanted to take the body of Swaroop to the state BJP office but the police did not allow it. After this, he has filed a case in the Antali police station of the city accusing the police of stealing the body. At the same time, BJP has decided to knock the door of the court in this case.
Swaroop Gorai was an active BJP worker of the Ramakrishnapur block of Nanur assembly in Birbhum district. On Saturday, Trinamool supporters attacked him, in which he was badly injured. After this, he was admitted to a hospital in Kolkata, where he breathed his last.