Kolkata: West Bengal Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Dilip Ghosh on Tuesday as soon as once more courted contemporary controversy as he mentioned that his occasion would undertake the identical political technique to counter the state’s ruling Trinamool Congress that believes in resorting to violence.
Earlier, Ghosh had launched a slogan on the social networking websites that learn “bodlao hobe, bodol o hobe” which implies there will likely be revenge in addition to adjustments.
“If they take up swords, we will take up swords. If they fight with knives, we will take knives. As many as 104 BJP activists were killed in various political clashes across Bengal in past few years. We will answer them in the same language they believe in. They (Trinamool Congress) will not be able to stop us with the help of police forces,” Ghosh mentioned.
The BJP state chief mentioned that his occasion has nothing to cover and the political change in Bengal is only a matter of time.
“BJP does not believe in violence and revenge. But if anyone thinks they can suppress us and kill our supporters like this, we are ready to counter them in their language of violence. We are not cowards. We will pay them back everything with interest,” he hollered, including that BJP additionally does what it says.
Meanwhile, the West Bengal police registered an FIR against Ghosh and different BJP leaders for gathering on the occasion’s Subhash Nagar workplace on June 20 with out permission. The BJP president together with the opposite occasion members assembled in West Midnapore’s police station space to pay final respects to a celebration employee, Pawan Jana of Dantan, who was allegedly killed by Trinamool Congress-backed goons.
“Trinamool Congress will not be able to stop us by filing FIRs. They have given over 29,000 cases against BJP workers across Bengal,” Ghosh added.
Reacting to Ghosh’s feedback, state Urban Development and Municipal Affairs Minister Firhad Hakim mentioned that the folks of Bengal don’t consider in violence and the varsity of politics that BJP is making an attempt to observe within the state.
“People will reject them (BJP). The politics of violence and separatism do not work in West Bengal,” Hakim mentioned dubbing BJP as a communal occasion.
Senior Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) chief Sujan Chakraborty mentioned: “It is expected from the BJP state president to sound like that. They believe in violence and communalism as always. We have seen it in other states. Now their party is taking the same line in Bengal as well.”