TMC Warns BJP Ahead Of Simultaneous Protests In Delhi And Kolkata | Mamata government minister’s warning to BJP before protest in Delhi, says
TMC-BJP Tussle: Trinamool Congress will take out a march against the central government in Delhi on Monday (2 October). At the same time, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will also hold a counter protest against the Mamata Banerjee government in Kolkata. According to India Today report, before the protest, TMC leaders have warned that if police takes action during their protest, then similar action will be taken against BJP’s protest in Kolkata.
West Bengal Irrigation Minister Partha Bhowmik warned that if the protesters were lathicharged in Delhi, then action would also be taken against the BJP rally in Bengal. Bhowmik said in Kolkata, “If the police used lathicharge there, there will be lathicharge here too.”
Abhishek Banerjee warned
At the same time, Trinamool Congress General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee also gave a similar warning. He said that if any of our workers is targeted in the protests to be held on October 2 and 3, then be prepared to face the consequences. We know how to respond to such attacks.
Both parties will protest
The ruling party of West Bengal will protest against the central government over the outstanding funds of the employment guarantee scheme Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) and will take to the streets in the national capital on October 2. At the same time, BJP will protest against the Mamata government regarding irregularities in the use of funds.
More than 4000 people will come to Delhi
It is noteworthy that Trinamool Congress will hold a protest at Rajghat with its MPs and state ministers on Gandhi Jayanti before organizing its protest rally to be held on Monday and Tuesday. According to party sources, more than 4,000 people will come to Delhi for the protest. Earlier, TMC had alleged that his train and flight booking for Delhi was deliberately canceled in view of the protest rally.
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