Dilip Ghosh said, “If our party wins, democracy will be restored in the state again. I assure that the central government is with the people of Bengal.
Kolkata| West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh has threatened Mamata Banerjee’s party workers and said that if they don’t mend their ways their “arms and legs” will be broken. He told TMC supporters, “You may even die.” Ghosh made this statement at a rally in Haldia town of West Midnapore district on Sunday.
Ghosh said that the assembly elections will not be held amid security by the state police, but in the presence of central security forces. “Those of TMC who have not yet improved and torturing the common man, should improve in the next 6 months. Otherwise, you will have to be hospitalized after your ribs are broken,” he said.
Ghosh said, “If our party wins, democracy will be restored in the state again. I assure that the central government is with the people of Bengal. Free and fair elections will be held in the state. People will be able to vote without any fear. Not many days are left for the TMC government now.”
Elections on 294 seats in Bengal are expected to be held in April-May next year. The BJP has set a target of winning 200 seats here. Last week, Home Minister Amit Shah paid a 2-day visit to Bengal. He had said that the politics of appeasement in West Bengal has hurt the great culture of the state. “You gave Congress a chance, gave communists a chance, gave Mamata didi chance twice. Give Modi a chance once. We promise to make Sonar Bangla in 5 years,” Shah said.