A BJP worker was lynched to death on Thursday at Ketugram Village of West Bengal’s Purba Bardhaman District, as the party was preparing to celebrate the second NDA government under the leadership of Prime Minster Narendra Modi.
According to BJP sources, the elderly BJP worker was preparing for the celebrations which were to be held later in the evening, while raising slogans of “Jai Shree Ram.” Amid this, some unknown miscreants attacked on him using lethal weapons.
The BJP worker who had sustained fatal wounds was later rushed to a hospital where he was declared dead.
How do know she wants to stop such acts when she orders her goons to carry them out?Short while ago, her goons killed a @BJPBengal worker in Ketugram for chanting "Jai Shree Ram" instead of "Allah hu Akbar." Is #MamataBanerjee ready for a backlash as BJP isn't a vegetarian Party?
— IndiaIsBharat (@vidursniti) May 30, 2019
Mamata is doing drama against BJP amd her goons are killing BJP supporter. BJP Worker Sunil Mandal has been killed by TMC in Ketugram, Bardhaman. @mamataofficial @rashtrapatibhvn pic.twitter.com/4GH3ULmQ4f
— Shash (@pokershash) May 30, 2019
Yet another killing in west Bengal..!! @MamataOfficial is doing drama against BJP and her goons are killing BJP supporter. BJP Worker Sunil Mandal has been killed allegedly by TMC in Ketugram, Bardhaman.!! #MamtaBanerjee #ModiSarkar2 pic.twitter.com/K5PI7d6WzP
— saffron lion (@ethan_mi7) May 30, 2019
Earlier on Sunday a BJP worker was shot dead by unidentified assailants last night in the Bhatpara constituency of North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. Chandan Shaw, 30, a resident of Kakinara, was shot dead on Sunday night. “Two individuals have been held for inquiry and the case is at a very early stage,” a senior officer of Barrackpore Police Commissionerate said.
Ever since the beginning of Lok Sabha elections, West Bengal had been witnessing widespread violence which doesn’t seem to be ending even as the polls are now well over. Around six months before the Lok Sabha elections, West Bengal witnessed simar violent scenes during the Panchayat polls in the state during which a minimum number of 30 people lost lives.