According to sources, a gaggle of round 20 individuals vandalised the vehicles. Police sources mentioned round 30 vehicles parked in a godown, for use by BJP for campaigning, have been focused and a grievance has been obtained.
The BJP additionally alleged hat digital units, reminiscent of cell phones, have been stolen from the vehicles.
“Some individuals reached Kadapara space round 11 pm and attacked our ‘Parivartan Rally’ vehicles. LED TVs put in in them, cell phones and others items have been stolen.
Following the incident, BJP’s nationwide in-charge of Information and Technology and co-in-charge of Bengal Amit Malviya mentioned this election could be the “tough” for the Election Commission.”
“TMC hoodlums vandalise BJP’s #LokkhoSonarBangla raths in the godown in Kadapara. Raths were damaged and LEDs stolen.This is going to be one tough election for the EC to manage given the culture of political violence perpetrated by the TMC. People of West Bengal will respond,” he tweeted.
BJP’s former nationwide secretary Rahul Sinha visited the spot referred to as the incident “Shameful”.
“As the days are passing, TMC’s heartbeat is increasing. We have got the CCTV footage… in the night they attacked all our vehicles. Who all are involved in the incident, we have identified them and have deposited the footage at police station. EC has also taken note of it. This is shameful. They stole mobile phones, laptops . Infact they broke the door of the bathroom as well. They keep saying “Khela hobe”, is that this the khela they discuss,” mentioned Rahul Sinha.
BJP has filed a grievance at phool Bagan police station . The grievance has been filed by Pramod Chowdhury, Mondal President, Manicktala East. “A complaint has been recieved , we are looking into it,” mentioned a police officer who didn’t need to be named.
A video of the alleged incident was shared on-line by BJP chief Kailash Vijayvargiya.
“Trinamool Congress goons entered the BJP’s Kadapara (Kolkata) Godown at 11 pm without fear and damaged LED cars and also took LEDs with them. Maybe, the goons have challenged the Election Commission,” he mentioned.
The Election Commission on Friday introduced that elections in Bengal can be held in eight phases. Voting for 5 meeting elections will start on March 27 whereas the final section election will on April twenty ninth.
Counting for all of the seats can be held on May 2.