Super 6: Vehicles set on fire in attack by TMC after Amit Shah's rally in Midnapore

30 Jan 2019 07:24 AM

Super 6: Vehicles set on fire in attack by TMC after Amit Shah's rally in Midnapore

Updated 30 Jan 2019 07:24 AM

Clashes broke out following a rally by BJP chief Amit Shah at Kanthi in East Midnapore district of West Bengal on Tuesday in which buses with party workers returning from Shah's rally were allegedly ransacked and set on fire by TMC activists.
BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra claimed the state's ruling Trinamool Congress had targeted vehicles carrying BJP workers after Shah's rally. "A very worried Mamata Banerjee has unleashed terror on BJP workers and ordinary people. It is clear that she has lost the mandate," Patra claimed at a press conference, alleging that "Talibani forces" are at work in the state at the TMC's behest.

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