Around 400 BJP functionaries and their relatives escaped from West Bengal to Assam following the post-survey brutality in Bengal, senior BJP pioneer and Assam serve Himanta Biswa Sarma guaranteed on Tuesday night.
Sarma, who is the convener of the BJP-drove hostile to Congress union of provincial gatherings – North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) – said in a tweet: “In a pitiful turn of events, 300-400 Bengal karyakartas (functionaries) and their relatives have moved over to Dhubri in Assam subsequent to being defied with baldfaced mistreatment and savagery. We’re giving haven and food.”
“Didi should stop this monstrous dance of demonocracy,” Sarma said, labeling @MamataOfficial in his tweet.
Sources in Assam police likewise said that a couple hundred men, ladies, and kids took cover in western Assam’s Dhubri area, who are being given food and asylum by the nearby individuals and the region organization.
In Agartala, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said that the BJP would coordinate fights on Wednesday and Thursday the nation over against the post-survey viciousness in Trinamool-managed West Bengal.
Deb, additionally a previous state leader of BJP, guaranteed that at any rate six partymen were killed and scores were harmed in the post-survey viciousness in Bengal.
Requesting to stop the “uncouth brutality” promptly, the Chief Minister said that besides in Bengal, no savagery has been accounted for from the four different states/UT that went to the surveys.
He said that in Tripura, five candles would be lit by every one of the gathering functionaries, MLAs, clergymen, nearby pioneers, and laborers in their spaces on Wednesday by keeping up the Covid related conventions to challenge the political brutality in Bengal.
“Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee didn’t win in Nandigram. Had I lost the political race myself, I would not have sat on the CM’s seat. It’s an issue of ethical quality,” Deb said.