BJP to strike against violence in Bengal,

In Bengal, a total of 12 people have lost their lives and more than two dozen people have been injured in the post-poll violence so far. Several houses and houses are also being ransacked and targeted by BJP workers. The BJP is now going to stage a strike against the violence in Bengal across the country today i.e. Violence has erupted in different parts of West Bengal after the Trinamool Congress won the assembly elections on Sunday. The violence escalated in different parts of the state after the election results came in. Murder, assault bombing, and vandalism are on the rise in many parts of the state. The deceased include 5 BJP, five Trinamool, and one ISF worker. There is a dispute over the same political identity.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also expressed displeasure: PM Modi has also expressed displeasure over the violence that followed the election results in Janha West Bengal. This was stated by West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar. Meanwhile, BJP has approached the Supreme Court in the case and appealed for an inquiry CBI into the uncontrolled violence. In Bengal, violence has taken place in some areas after the Trinamool Congress party's victory. BJP TMC both the parties have accused each other of the same and both have said that their workers have been attacked. The BJP claimed that at least six BJP workers and supporters have lost their lives in the alleged violence by the Trinamool Congress after its victory in the assembly elections. Including a woman.

Centre asks state to submit a factual report: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday said that PM Modi spoke to him and expressed deep anguish over the law and order situation in the state in view of reports of violence in several districts after the elections. The Centre has asked the government to submit a factual report on the incident of attack on opposition activists in the state. BJP leader Gaurav Bhatia on Tuesday filed an application in the court seeking an inquiry into the CBI of uncontrolled violence, including alleged murder and rape, during and after the assembly elections. The senior advocate in his 2018 PIL application has requested the State Government to file a detailed status report on the FIR lodged against those involved in violence and the steps taken.

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