Mamata holds seven-km walk in Kolkata over defilement of Vidyasagar's statue

Mamata holds seven-km walk in Kolkata over defilement of Vidyasagar's statue

Mamata holds seven-km walk in Kolkata over defilement of Vidyasagar's statue
Mamata holds seven-km walk in Kolkata over defilement of Vidyasagar's statue

New Delhi: Multi day after BJP president Amit Shah's roadshow took a brutal turn, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a walk in Kolkata on Wednesday to challenge the conflicts that occurred, including vandalisation of social reformer Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar's bust.

With the political temperature taking off in the state, Banerjee and her TMC supporters held a sveen-kilometer-long walk from Beliaghata to Shyambazar in north Banerjee, clad in her trademark white saree, welcomed many individuals who thronged the lanes amid the walk which occurred in the midst of increased security..
On Tuesday, conflicts broke out after reprobates tossed sticks at Shah's escort.

The occurrence occurred on College Street when TMC supporters purportedly started sloganeering. Irate BJP supporters reacted by pelting stones and sticks at the Calcutta University doors, bringing about turmoil and pandemonium.

Amid the conflicts, Vidyasagar's bust was purportedly vandalized by BJP laborers at Vidyasagar College.

While BJP blamed the Banerjee government for "killing vote based system", the TMC guaranteed that the saffron party prompted the brutality.

Since the Lok Sabha races started on April 10, both BJP and TMC have been at loggerheads in West Bengal.

Laborers of two gatherings have more than once conflicted with one another on surveying days.

Voting in favor of nine seats in the state will be held in the seventh and last period of the general races on May 19. The tallying of votes will happen on May 23.

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