In West Bengal's Kaliganj region, several BJP leaders were detained in connection with the girl's murder case of BJP leader and a girl, who was claimed to be raped. As per sources, in reacting to the detention, many BJP leaders and workers staged protest and called for 12-hours protest, alleging police brutality on common people. Soon the matter became political, in which BJP alleged Mamata Banerjee-led TMC Government behind incident.
After the midnight arrest of Bandi Sanjay Kumar, the President of the BJP in Telangana, the party workers and the BJP leaders moved the Telangana High Court (HC.) In addition, the BJP also warned the K Chandrashekar Rao led BRS government. Slamming the Telangana Government, the party workers also called for a massive protest in the Telugu state. Notably, Bandi Sanjay Kumar is arrested in the TSPSC Paper Leak Case.
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A clash broke out between BJP workers and the West Bengal Police force, during "Abhiyan Nabanna". Notably, on September 13, the BJP called for a rally to Nabanna, without police permission. In regard to this, the City Police deployed close to 3,000 officials to restrict rally to reach to Nabanna, the headquarters office of the Trinamool Congress (TMC.) In addition, during the clash, many BJP workers were detained in WB.
Ahead of Assembly polls in five states, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on January 18, will interact with Bharatiya Janata Party workers, said party office. "With the Godlike workers of BJP, a dialogue of PM Shri Narendra Modi will be held on January 18th at 11 am. #BJP4UP," BJP tweeted. UP elections are scheduled on February 14 and the counting will be held on March 10.
J&K Police have arrested two BJP workers and their PSOs for allegedly staging a militant attack last week in the Kupwara district to get increased security cover. The Party's IT cell in-charge, Ishfaq Ahmad Mir, and district spokesperson Basharat Ahmad and their two PSOs were involved, police stated. BJP has suspended Ishfaq's father Mohammad Shafi Mir, the party district President. Details will be revealed soon, said police.
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West Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh, in his review meeting with BJP Uttar Pradesh on May 1, claimed that 37 of their party workers were killed in the post-poll violence. Accusing the ruling TMC of sponsoring violence, Ghosh added that 166 BJP workers have died in last five years while 30,000 cases have been registered against the party workers. Notably, BJP had won 77 seats in the recently concluded elections.