PM Modi dials Bengal governor and expresses his angst and concern over Bengal violence

PM Narendra Modi calls the Bengal governor and expresses his concern and anguish over Bengal violence. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar also called the Kolkata commissioner and asked him to look into the law & order situation in the state.

After the brutality outbroke in several parts of Bengal soon after the results were out, several public figures including Prime Minister Modi, BJP chief JP Nadda, Congress leader Shashi Tharoor have expressed concern over the same.

On Tuesday, West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar says, “PM called and expressed his serious anguish and concern at alarmingly worrisome law & order situation. @MamataOfficial I share grave concerns @PMOIndia given that violence vandalism, arson loot, and killings continue unabated. Concerned must act in overdrive to restore order”, as quoted by ANI.


Well, earlier, governor Dhankhar directed the police and the Kolkata commissioner to end the brutality, killings, and intimidation that denigrates the democracy.

Several media persons were also assaulted in Haldia, Bengal on Sunday evening.

Furthermore, even after the violence, several BJP workers are getting anonymous threat calls, as informed by BJP’s Dr. Anirban Ganguly.

Additionally, BJP Chief JP Nadda is on his two-day visit to Kolkata to meet the affected party workers and their families. He even says that they are all ready to fight this ideological battle.

In addition to this, the saffron party has also declared a nationwide protest against the Bengal violence on the 5th of May. The party will hold protests across all the organizational mandals of the party keeping in mind the Covid-19 protocols, as informed by the BJP in a tweet.

Furthermore, Bengal Caretaker CM Mamata Banerjee has called for a meet with Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, DGP, and Kolkata CP to take up the discussion regarding the post-poll violence in the state, as per the reports of ANI.

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