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Updated Sat, 26 Dec 2020 10:57 PM IST
Dilip Ghosh, State President, BJP
– Photo: ANI
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On Saturday too, state BJP president Dilip Ghosh threatened the Trinamool Congress in his own style. Reacting sharply to the recent attacks on BJP workers, Ghosh threatened the Trinamool Congress that if forced to step on its hands, bandages would be lessened for wounding.
Let us tell you that while addressing a rally in South 24 Parganas, Ghosh targeted the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool government.
We’re civilised people who believe in conducting political affairs in a civil manner. But our hands & feet are functional & if we’re forced to use them, we’ll retaliate in such a manner that they won’t have enough bandages to tend to their wounds: BJP State President Dilip Ghosh https://t.co/e1JnwXSyYs
– ANI (@ANI) December 26, 2020
Addressing the rally, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “In the next four to five months, a BJP chief minister will sit in the Nabanna building. If those people cannot bear it, I advise them to take some medicines of homeopathy.”
Further the BJP president said, “We are disciplined people who believe in conducting political affairs in a decent manner, but our hands and feet work properly and if we were forced to use them, we would Would also reply that the bandages would be reduced to apply them to their wounds. “
Former West Bengal minister Shubhendu Adhikari and MP Sunil Mandal, who recently joined the BJP from the Trinamool Congress, faced protests from the ruling party workers allegedly near the BJP office in Kolkata on Saturday. The Trinamool Congress said that this protest reflects public anger against the defectors. Police said the incident occurred when the two leaders were in their car in Hastings area of Kolkata. The BJP claimed that the protesters pelted stones at Mandal’s car while he was going to the party office.