BJP's West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh said in a meeting that his party would "restore democracy" in the state if voted to power, warning TMC cadres to mend their ways or they will have to either visit hospital or crematorium.
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh warned TMC workers to mend their ways or they will have to either visit hospital or crematorium. Dilip Ghosh, who was addressing a rally in Haldia town in the East Midnapore district, said the Centre will ensure free and fair assembly elections in the state, likely to be held in April-May next year.
The BJP chief also promised to withdraw “false cases against political leaders” across the party spectrum if the BJP comes to power in West Bengal after the next year’s Assembly election.
Dilip Ghosh said, “I want to assure that the central government is with all of you. The Centre will ensure free and fair assembly elections in the state. The people will be able to excise their democratic rights without any fear. If the Trinamool party still continues with their mischief, they will have to go to the crematorium.”
“In the first Cabinet meeting, we will decide to withdraw every false political case, not only against the BJP workers, but also against the CPI(M), Congress, and even TMC leaders who were punished to stop them from joining the BJP,” he added.
He asserted that the saffron party does not discriminate on religious lines and assured Muslims that they also enjoy the same rights that he does under the Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre.
However, the TMC said that Dilip Ghosh was vitiating the political atmosphere of the state.
Last Updated 9, Nov 2020, 1:15 PM