BJP chief J P Nadda: 80,000 forced to abandon homes in Bengal.

JP Nadda condemned the "brutal killings" which have taken place after the results and alleged that TMC killed BJP workers and women molested and raped in West Bengal.

source: The Times of India. Nadda said at a press meet without making a mention of tortured communities,

“Village after village was ransacked in Gosaba, Sandeshkhali, East Canning. People from Cooch Behar had to take refuge in neighbouring Assam. People from South 24 Parganas have suffered a double tragedy. Months ago, they were hit by Amphan and now they are facing Mamataphan"

Nadda claimed in a press that Mamata Banerjee's silence says it all about her involvement in all these and that at least 14 BJP workers have got killed and up to a lakh people have fled their homes in post-poll violence in the state.

The BJP president visited the residences of some party workers who have allegedly faced atrocities at the hands of goons owing allegiance to the ruling Trinamool Congress during a two-day visit to the state. He claimed that besides the BJP workers, their families have been attacked and women have been specifically targeted, apart from the loot of property.

Also about the footage which was claimed to be fake, Nadda commented that video footage released from BJP handles was genuine and meant to ensure that people in Bengal lived with “dignity and without fear”. He was curious to know about “champions of human rights”. “Where have they gone? They didn’t utter a word in the last three days,”

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