BJP team stopped from going to Sandeshkhali
BJP team stopped from going to Sandeshkhali

West Bengal: There are no indications that the uproar that started in West Bengal’s Sandeshkhali will end. The BJP-formed committee was halted before it even got to Sandeshkhali. These leaders have been stopped citing Section 144.

In actuality, on Wednesday, February 15, BJP National President JP Nadda established a six-member high-level committee to look into the incidences of sexual harassment and violence against women in this area.

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On Thursday, the same committee was arriving at the location. The committee will look into the matter and send JP Nadda, the president of the BJP, its full report after it is finished. The committee’s members are Pratibha Bhowmik, Sunita Duggal, Kavita Patidar, Sangeeta Yadav, and Brijlal. Union Minister Annapurna Devi has been appointed as the committee’s coordinator.

“This clearly shows how scared Mamata Banerjee and her government are,” remarks BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul. Union ministers are prohibited from leaving. We requested that only five individuals attend, but we were denied permission due to the imposition of Section 144. Even though we stated that just two ministers would travel, they are still being denied permission. The police have strict instructions that the central government delegation of the BJP should not be allowed. Mamata Banerjee knows what has happened. Hindu women have been raped, they want to suppress it. West Bengal is burning…”

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