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Nadda said on the attack in Bengal – I am safe because of bulletproof carriage

KOLKATA| BJP President JP Nadda has reacted sharply to the attack on behalf of Trinamool Congress workers on their way to Diamond Harbor in 24 Parganas district from Kolkata. They have said that they were safe because they had a bulletproof vehicle. While the stones of other BJP leaders were damaged due to stone-pelting. BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya was also injured during the attack on the convoy. Addressing the activists on Thursday in South 24 Parganas district on the last day of the two-day tour of West Bengal, JP Nadda said, “Today I have come here, so what I got to see on the way, it tells that Mamta Bengal has become synonymous with chaos and intolerance under Banerjee’s rule. Today I have reached here, then with the blessings of Mother Durga. TMC goons had left no stone unturned to strangle democracy.

BJP president JP Nadda said, Kailash Vijayvargiya, look at Rahul Sinha, look at his vehicles. I am safe because I had a bulletproof vehicle. Otherwise, there was no such vehicle that was not attacked. This anarchy is not going to last long, Mamta Ji’s government is going to leave from here, and lotus is going to bloom in Bengal.

BJP president JP Nadda alleged the politicization of police and administration in West Bengal. He said, police and administration are being politicized here. We have to stop this and feed the lotus here.

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