West Bengal police raided to BJP leader Meghnath Paul’s residence in Nandigram on Saturday.
Kolkata: The brawl between the TMC and BJP erupts on a regular basis. Both sides are ready to find a small mistake and try to exploit it for their political benefit.
The controversial remarks made by TMC Minister Akhil Giri about the President of India have not cooled down. TMC threw a dice, and West Bengal police went to BJP leader Meghnath Paul’s residence in Nandigram on wee hours.
The police raided the home of the BJP leader in connection with the November 10 incident in Nandigram, the political event organised by the ruling TMC that was allegedly fired at and vandalised by the leaders of the opposition parties.
An FIR had been registered after the incident against 21 opposition leaders, including Meghnath Paul and Subhendu Adhikari, for creating a ruckus.
However, the BJP has blamed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for playing a politics of revenge.“On the instructions of the TMC, the police were trying to malign Meghnath Paul and other BJP workers,” said BJP leader Abhijit Maity from Nandigram.