After assembly with Union Home Amit Shah on the nationwide capital on Tuesday night, West Bengal Leader of Opposition in state meeting Suvendu Adhikari, stated on Wednesday zthe individuals of West Bengal, who’ve been victims of violence and atrocities for lengthy, will quickly get aid. Meanwhile, BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul and different legislators walked out of the meeting after they tried to maneuver adjournment movement within the meeting in opposition to atrocities on girls all throughout Bengal.
“The people of Bengal will soon get relief. We are all trying to bring relief. Every day, girls and women are tortured and they feel unsafe. BJP’s women MLAs have protested inside the state assembly. Women BJP workers led by Mohila Morcha chief Falguni Patra have started sit-in protests for 48 hours, starting from today protesting atrocities against women,” Suvendu Adhiakri stated.
“BJP is worried about women’s protection and will continue to protest both inside and outside the assembly,” he stated, including, “We will again raise the law & order situation and torture on women in the assembly. An adjournment motion will be brought tomorrow in the state assembly.”
After BJP MLAs’ proposal for adjournment movement was not accepted by the meeting Speaker, “We have given an application but the Speaker said he will look into it later. Women’s safety is a more important issue,” BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul stated.
“If someone gives you a letter and immediately demands discussion, such cannot happen in assembly. Rule must be followed for everything,” Speaker Biman Bandopadhyay commented whereas working the session in the present day.
“Several incidents happened in Bengal. A teenaged student was allegedly gangraped and she died in hospital today. In Malda, two tribal women were stripped, beaten and forced to sit in the police station naked,” Paul stated, after strolling out the meeting. She emphasised that the problems of torture on girls associated to Bengal should be mentioned after which, they’re prepared to debate Manipur.Meanwhile, the fact-finding group of BJP MPs, led by former minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, which investigated the Panchayat ballot violence within the Panchayat elections within the state, submitted its report back to BJP’s nationwide president Jagat Prakash Nadda on Wednesday. The group has advisable a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and National Investigation Agency (NIA).“We have submitted our report to the party president. A sickening symbol of shameful democracy was witnessed in West Bengal during the Panchayat elections. Entire machinery was engaged to make Mamata (Banerjee) win,” convenor of the committee Ravi Shankar Prasad stated.