The West Bengal unit of the BJP on Friday organised demonstrations throughout the state to protest towards “political violence and murder of democracy”, and exhorted folks to defeat the “jungle raj” of the TMC in the subsequent meeting elections.

Senior BJP leaders together with state president Dilip Ghosh, nationwide basic secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, and Mukul Roy, took half in a sit-in on Mayo Road right here, as a part of the social gathering’s ‘Ganatantra Bachao, Bangla Bachao'(Save democracy, Save Bengal) marketing campaign.

“No one is safe in Bengal, be it the activists of an opposition party or the common men. The people of the state are fed up with the misrule of the TMC and are yearning for a change. The corrupt and the undemocratic TMC government would be ousted from power in the next elections,” Ghosh mentioned whereas addressing the demonstration. Asserting that it was time to free Bengal of TMC’s “jungle raj”, Ghosh mentioned regulation and order have utterly collapsed in the state and the law enforcement officials have “turned into activists of the ruling party”.

“Over the last five years, political violence in Bengal has crossed all limits. Goons of the TMC have even attacked MLAs, leaders and activists of opposition political parties. Democracy cannot be stifled in this manner. “The TMC is well aware that it will be defeated in the next elections. The party has been crying foul over the use of EVMs, since Lok sabha polls. Let me make this clear, be it EVMs or ballots, we will defeat the party in assembly polls as well as civic polls,” Ghosh mentioned.

Vijayvargiya, the saffron social gathering’s Bengal minder, lashed out at state authorities over the killings and assaults on BJP employees throughout the state. “Hundreds of BJP workers have been killed, and around 2,000 party workers falsely implicated and put behind bars. Time has come to take Bengal on the path of growth and development,” he mentioned.

Similar protests had been organised by the social gathering in each block of the state.

In Cooch Behar and Birbhum districts, nevertheless, sporadic clashes had been reported between the activists of the TMC and the BJP throughout the marketing campaign. Several activists of each the events reportedly sustained accidents in the clashes. Police have rushed to the troubled areas to take management of the state of affairs.

Assembly elections are due in West Bengal in April-May subsequent 12 months.