400 BJP activists have escaped and their families had fled from Bengal: Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma said about 400 BJP activists have escaped and their families had fled the state in fear of post-election riots and violence in Bengal.
He said all of them had crossed the borders of the two states and entered Dhubri district and were being provided shelter and food. Didi! (Mamata Banerjee) Stop this anti-democratic dance show, he tweeted.
This has never happened before. Twelve people have been killed in violence in West Bengal in the last two days. The BJP has alleged that all of them were party workers and were attacked and killed by Trinamool Congress goons.
BJP leaders alleged that they broke into houses and abused women and set fire to their party offices in several places. He said several shops had been looted and the police had looked into the matter.
However, Trinamool Congress leaders, who won a solid victory in the elections, blamed the BJP for the violence. They said they had nothing to do with the violence.
Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said the BJP could not digest its defeat in the elections but urged its party cadre not to attack its activists. She said in an interview that so far the peace and security situation in their state has been monitored by the central forces and not herself.
She alleged that BJP activists were disturbing the peace in the state. Prime Minister Modi phoned state governor Jagadeep Dhankar to find out the details of the violence in Bengal.
Meanwhile, BJP activists in Bengal, who had entered Assam, said they would leave when normalcy returned to the state. They thanked the Assam government for supporting them.
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