The minister’s motorcade was involved in a minor altercation with some protesters waving black flags, according to the police. “When the cavalcade was moving by the neighbourhood of the Sitai police station, there was a little altercation between members of the convoy and onlookers holding black flags. Some motorcycles wered during the altercation. active police
Officer intervention helped to stabilise the situation. We have not made any arrests, according to the Cooch BeharSP. The caravan contained 20 trucks and 200 motorcycles.
According to them, the altercation started when about five people attempted to wave black flags at Pramanik, the MP for Cooch Behar.
According to sources, TMC employees stopped a car from passing Pramanik’s convoy. As a result, BJP and TMC workers got into a confrontation and started throwing stones at one other. Pramanik’s truck was safely escorted away of the conflict while it lasted for a while. It was learned.
“There is no law and order in Bengal, especially in Sitai, Sheetalkuchi and Dinhata areas. Anti-socialist elements are running amok there. The TMC is being run by hooligans. The central government will look into this attack.”
“We don’t know what happened there, so it won’t be right to comment just on news reports. But, I don’t think the TMC is in any way involved in it. It must be due to infighting between the newcomers and old-timers of the BJP,” Ghosh said.
“BJP’s infighting.” “Pramanik said that there will be repercussions if there is an attack on him. This means there was no attack on him. He has sown the seeds of political hooliganism in Cooch Behar and now has to suffer the consequences,” said Guha.
Last week, Guha, a seasoned politician from Cooch Behar, allegedly requested TMC workers to yank Pramanik’s beard and moustache off after guaranteeing the party’s overwhelming victory in the 2024 Lok Sabha election.
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