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West Bengal Clash at Bjp Rally in Siliguri Police Used Tear Gas Tmc Mamata Banerjee Workers Dghosh Vijayvargiya – West Bengal: Clash at BJP rally in Siliguri, Police used tear gas


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Siliguri
Updated Mon, 07 Dec 2020 03:28 PM IST

Clashes between BJP workers and police in Bengal
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A clash broke out between the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activist and the West Bengal Police in Siliguri city on Monday. At the time the clash took place, the BJYM activists were marching in the state’s temporary North Bengal Secretariat in Uttar Kanya. The BJYM activists removed the barricades to continue the march. At the same time, the police used water canon and tear gas to disperse the crowd.

According to the information, the youth wing of the BJP was carrying out a march against the alleged misrule, unemployment and neglect of the Mamta Banerjee government in North Bengal. West Bengal BJP President and MPs Dilip Ghosh and Sayantan Basu were leading a march at Phulbari Junction in Siliguri. The other march was led by BJP’s Bengal incharge Kailash Vijayvargiya and party leader Mukul Roy.

Workers of the BJP Yuva Morcha tried to barricade at the three-lane intersection of Siliguri at around 2 pm during March. After this, there was a clash between the police and BJP workers. A heavy police force was called in to control the situation. Many journalists, BJP workers and police personnel have been injured in the clash.

The police announced the enforcement of Section 144 in the area. But the Yuva Morcha of the BJP followed it up. The police then released tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. Police using the water canon tried to chase down the protesters.

A clash broke out between the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activist and the West Bengal Police in Siliguri city on Monday. At the time the clash took place, the BJYM activists were marching in the state’s temporary North Bengal Secretariat in Uttar Kanya. The BJYM activists removed the barricades to continue the march. At the same time, the police used water canon and tear gas to disperse the crowd.

According to the information, the youth wing of the BJP was carrying out a march against the alleged misrule, unemployment and neglect of the Mamta Banerjee government in North Bengal. West Bengal BJP President and MPs Dilip Ghosh and Sayantan Basu were leading a march at Phulbari Junction in Siliguri. The other march was led by BJP’s Bengal incharge Kailash Vijayvargiya and party leader Mukul Roy.

Workers of the BJP Yuva Morcha tried to barricade at the three-lane intersection of Siliguri at around 2 pm during March. After this, there was a clash between the police and BJP workers. A heavy police force was called in to control the situation. Many journalists, BJP workers and police personnel have been injured in the clash.

The police announced the enforcement of Section 144 in the area. But the Yuva Morcha of the BJP followed it up. The police then released tear gas shells to disperse the protesters. Police using the water canon tried to chase down the protesters.


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