The Union residence ministry has summoned West Bengal DGP and chief secretary on December 14 concerning the legislation and order scenario within the state. This comes a day after the Bharatiya Janata Get together’s (BJP’s) chief JP Nadda’s convoy was attacked.
On Thursday, Nadda together with BJP leaders Dilip Ghosh and Kailash Vijayvargiya was on his option to the Diamon Harbour to attend the celebration’s organisational assembly when the convoy wherein he was seated was attacked. The video of the assault that went viral on social media confirmed the windshields of the convoy have been shattered as stones have been thrown at it.
Union residence minister Amit Shah condemned the assault and stated that the Trinamool Congress-ruled authorities can be answerable to the peace-loving folks of West Bengal.
“The assault on BJP president JP Nadda is condemnable. Irrespective of how a lot we condemn, it is not going to be sufficient. The Centre is taking this very severely. The West Bengal authorities can be answerable to the peace-loving folks of the state for this,” Shah’s tweet roughly translated from Hindi learn.
The Centre earlier despatched a communication to Bengal governot Jagdeep Dhankha and sought an in depth report on the legislation and order scenario within the state and the steps taken by the federal government to make sure peace.