Bengal BJP young wing chants Hanuman Chalisa during ongoing Namaz

Kolkata | Religious sloganeering seems to take the next phase in West Bengal as BJP’s youth wing chants Hanuman Chalisa to protest against Namaz.

A group of BJP youth wing leaders have said they will block roads in Kolkata and nearby areas on Tuesdays to chant Hanuman Chalisa, the same way Muslims block roads for namaz on Fridays.

According to ANI, BHYM Howrah district president, OP Singh said, “In Mamata Banerjee’s rule we have seen Grand Trunk Road and other main roads being blocked on Fridays for namaz. Patients die, people cannot reach office on time because of this. As long as this continues, we will recite Hanuman Chalisa on Tuesdays on all main roads near Hanuman temples.”

Tensions between the two parties heightened after the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections. The ruling party of the state and the ruling party of the Centre have been engaging in ceaseless scuffles.

Earlier last week, two people were killed in Bhatpara in clashes between two groups affiliated to BJP and Trinamool.



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