Senior BJP worker dies in clash with Bengal cops, Tejasvi Surya blames Mamata Banerjee

On Monday, senior BJP worker, Ulen Roy passed away in the clashes that broke out between BJP workers and West Bengal cops in Siliguri.

Tejasvi Surya tweeted, “I am informed by our local karyakartas that Sri Ulen Roy, a senior BJP karyakarta, has succumbed to splinter injuries caused by the country bombs that Mamata’s police threw. This is murder. Nothing less. We are very angry. We will never forgive you Mamata Di.”


He alleges and blames West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for the incident. He said, “This is murder. Nothing less.”

According to Times Now, in West Bengal, violent clashes had erupted between BJP workers and the police in Siliguri (West Bengal).

BJP workers were stopped from moving past barricades at two points near branch secretariat ‘Uttarkanya’ here during their rally in protest against TMC dispensation’s “misrule”.

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) protested and alleged the state government for not fulfilling the promises made to the people of north Bengal and benefits of the welfare schemes launched by the ruling of the dispensation that failed to reach the common man.

Tejasvi Surya, MP & National Press, BJP Yuva Morcha said, “Many BJP workers injured during their peaceful protest. Democracy being murdered in West Bengal.”