Mithun Chakraborty makes frantic appeal to stop post poll violence in West Bengal

Kolkata: The results of the West Bengal Assembly Election Results 2021 have come out. Mamata Banerjee’s party TMC has come to power for three consecutive terms with an absolute majority. 

This time the fight was fierce. The BJP fought hard to take power in West Bengal. But the Trinamool Congress (TMC) returned to power in West Bengal for the third times with an unexpected victory.

Trinamool Congress (TMC) activists in the districts have started celebrating the victory since the results were made public. Due to the coronavirus situation all kinds of victory celebrations, meetings, processions were banned. But who cares. 

This is not the end, post-poll violence has started in various parts of the state since the TMC storm at the ballot box. BJP, CPI (M) and Congress workers are being beaten, murdered and tortured. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has already called the governor expressing concern over the law and order situation in West Bengal. The Home Ministry has sent a report to the state on the post-poll violence. But even after so many things, West Bengal is not calming down. 

This time, actor Mithun Chakraborty, who has just joined the BJP, opened his mouth about this issue .

“Bengal is burning since post election. Please stop this violence, human lives are more important than politics, Please think about their families and stop this violence,” Mithun Chakraborty posted on Twitter.

Yesterday, on Tuesday, director Srijit Mukherjee, actor Abir Chatterjee and many other Tollywood stars opened their mouths on Twitter about the post-election violence in Bengal. Oishee Ghosh, the leftist leader of Jamuria also opened her mouth.

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On Wednesday, the day Mamata Banerjee was sworn in as chief minister, BJP president JP Nadda and state BJP president Dilip Ghosh sat in front of the BJP’s Hastings’ office in protest against post-poll violence. 

The BJP has claimed that a total of eight people, including its activists and supporters, were killed in the post-poll violence.

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