Kolkata: Three crude bombs have been hurled at the house of BJP MP Arjun Singh from the North 24 Parganas seat in West Bengal. According to the information received, the incident has been carried out even after the presence of security personnel in the house here. In fact, state Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has also expressed concern over the incident last Tuesday night.
Wanton violence in WB shows no sign of abating.? Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) September 8, 2021
Bomb explosions as this morning outside residence of Member Parliament @ArjunsinghWB is worrisome on law and order.
Expect prompt action @WBPolice. As regards his security the issue has been earlier been flagged @MamataOfficial.
According to reports, MP and state BJP Vice President Arjun Singh was not present when the bombs were thrown at the house though his family members were in the house at the time. As soon as the police came to know about it, the police reached the spot and conducted an inquiry. At the same time, police are now examining CCTV cameras installed in the house to trace the bomb-throwers. According to information received in the case, the motive behind the bomb blasts or the incident is yet to be ascertained.
Now, in a tweet about the incident, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has written, "There is no sign of stopping violence in West Bengal. There have been bomb blasts outside the house of MP Arjun Singh, which is a matter of concern in terms of law and order. I hope immediate action will be taken by the Bengal Police in the matter. The matter of their safety has already been taken up with CM Mamata Banerjee.'' Let me tell you that the memories of the post-election violence in Bengal after this incident have once again come back to the fore.