Kolkata: Union Minister Babul Supriyo on Saturday mentioned West Bengal “qualifies in all the parameters” for the President’s Rule to be imposed right here however claimed that his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) doesn’t want to come to energy within the state with assist of this.
“The recent incidents of constant violence and attack on the BJP workers across the state show that the law and order situation in Bengal is in a terrible shape and the state qualifies in all the parameters for President’s Rule to be imposed. But the BJP does not want to come to power through this as people’s support are already with us,” Supriyo, the MP from the state’s Asansol, mentioned at a press convention on the state BJP headquarters right here.
“It is said that if the President’s Rule is imposed in any state, then the state’s ruling party gets a lot of sympathy votes from people when a new election is held. But be rest assured that will not be the case for Mamata Banerjee government here. If President’s Rule is imposed in Bengal by any chance, Mamata will not get any sympathy from people, rather her condition will be pathetic,” he claimed.
Referring to the clashes between police and the BJP’s youth wing in Asansol on Friday, he accused the Trinamool Congress and state police of working collectively to assault and intimidate BJP staff throughout the state.
“All of you have seen the situation in Asansol yesterday centring BJP’s protest demonstration demanding better civic services and stopping corruption. Our youth activists held a protest rally accompanied by the common people and wanted to submit a deputation to the chairman of the municipal corporation,” the BJP chief mentioned.
“The police played a hyper-active role in barricading the roads and securing the Asansol municipal corporation in a way as if an armed attack was planned by the BJP. They are working hand in hand with the Trinamool Congress leadership in conducting planned attack on our workers across the state,” he alleged.
He additionally claimed that Trinamool-backed miscreants have been overtly roaming round with firearms close to the Asansol municipality earlier than the conflict on Friday.
Supriyo, who defeated Trinamool’s former MP and fashionable actress Moon Moon Sen within the 2019 polls, mentioned the state’s ruling occasion didn’t do any self-analysis after its heavy defeat however acted in a vengeful method because the election outcomes.
He additionally accused the civic physique within the space of not intentionally stopping a number of developmental initiatives regardless of sanctioning the cash from his MPLAD fund. Members of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) on Friday clashed with the police after they laid siege to Asansol Municipal Corporation prompting the police to baton cost and lob tear fuel shells on the protesters. Numerous BJP activists reportedly sustained harm within the incident.