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ABVP members protested with ink on Mamata’s face.

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New Delhi: News of the violence has spread across the state since the results were announced. Opposition activists are being attacked side by side. Even the ruling party Trinamool has been accused of carrying out violence in many opposition party offices. Trinamool has been accused of vandalizing and beating the homes of opposition activists and supporters. Trinamool has also been accused of attacking the office of the Sangh’s student body Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad in Kolkata on Monday.

And this time ABVP workers are vocal in Delhi against the terror that has spread across Bengal. Mamata Banerjee’s poster outside the Trinamool Congress office in Delhi has been stained with ink. On the other hand, Delhi BJP MP Pravesh Burma has also threatened the Trinamool over the violence in Bengal. He said it should be kept in mind that Mamata Banerjee and Trinamool MLAs should also come to Delhi.

It is to be noted that state politics is heated with violence in Bengal. All opposition parties, starting with the BJP, have been plagued by post-election violence. Everyone has spoken out against the ruling party of the state and Mamata Banerjee. In that context, BJP All India President JP Nadda also visited Bengal today and met the affected family.



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