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Post-Poll Violence In West Bengal Reminiscent Of Partition Days: JP Nadda Over Killings Of BJP Workers

<p>BJP national president JP Nadda, who arrived in Kolkata on Tuesday to meet the families of violence-affected BJP workers and supporters in West Bengal, launched a sharp attack on the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC). He said that he had never seen such intolerance after results of a poll in independent India.&nbsp;</p> <p>"The incidents which we saw after the results of the West Bengal poll shock us and make us worried. I had heard of such incidents during India's partition. We had never seen such intolerance after the results of a poll, in independent India," he said.</p> <p><strong>READ | <a href="https://news.abplive.com/education/jee-main-2021-may-session-exam-postponed-due-to-covid-19-pokhriyal-1456767">JEE Main 2021 May Session Exam Postponed Due To Covid-19: Pokhriyal</a></strong></p> <p>"We are committed to fighting this ideological battle and the activities of TMC which is full of intolerance. We are ready to fight democratically," Nadda added.</p> <p>[tw]https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1389516065772822529[/tw]</p> <p>Nadda said he will meet families of BJP workers "killed" in post-poll violence in South 24 Parganas district and speak to their kin.<br /><br />"We want to give this message that crores of BJP workers across the country are with them," he said.</p> <p>Earlier today, Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday spoke to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep, expressing serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law and order situation in West Bengal.</p> <p>&ldquo;PM called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law &amp; order situation @MamataOfficial I share grave concerns @PMOIndia given that violence vandalism, arson. loot and killings continue unabated. Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order,&rdquo; he posted.</p> <p>[tw]https://twitter.com/jdhankhar1/status/1389496563916025857[/tw]</p> <p>The West Bengal Governor, who shared this information on Twitter, said all &ldquo;concerned must act in overdrive to restore order&rdquo;.</p>...

<p>BJP national president JP Nadda, who arrived in Kolkata on Tuesday to meet the families of violence-affected BJP workers and supporters in West Bengal, launched a sharp attack on the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC). He said that he had never seen such intolerance after results of a poll in independent India.&nbsp;</p> <p>"The incidents which we saw after the results of the West Bengal poll shock us and make us worried. I had heard of such incidents during India’s partition. We had never seen such intolerance after the results of a poll, in independent India," he said.</p> <p><strong>READ | <a href="https://news.abplive.com/education/jee-main-2021-may-session-exam-postponed-due-to-covid-19-pokhriyal-1456767">JEE Main 2021 May Session Exam Postponed Due To Covid-19: Pokhriyal</a></strong></p> <p>"We are committed to fighting this ideological battle and the activities of TMC which is full of intolerance. We are ready to fight democratically," Nadda added.</p> <p>[tw]https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1389516065772822529[/tw]</p> <p>Nadda said he will meet families of BJP workers "killed" in post-poll violence in South 24 Parganas district and speak to their kin.<br /><br />"We want to give this message that crores of BJP workers across the country are with them," he said.</p> <p>Earlier today, Prime Minister Modi on Tuesday spoke to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep, expressing serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law and order situation in West Bengal.</p> <p>&ldquo;PM called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law &amp; order situation @MamataOfficial I share grave concerns @PMOIndia given that violence vandalism, arson. loot and killings continue unabated. Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order,&rdquo; he posted.</p> <p>[tw]https://twitter.com/jdhankhar1/status/1389496563916025857[/tw]</p> <p>The West Bengal Governor, who shared this information on Twitter, said all &ldquo;concerned must act in overdrive to restore order&rdquo;.</p>

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