Bomb industry is flourishing in West Bengal under Mamata Banerjee's govt: Dilip Ghosh

08:47 PM Jun 06, 2021 | Aritra Singha

Kolkata: A day after 54 live bombs were found near BJP’s office, West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh said that the ‘bomb industry’ is common in West Bengal during the Trinamool Congress regime.

“The Trinamool Congress’ goons hurled bombs at several BJP workers and even central leaders both before and after the Assembly polls. Post-poll violence has led to the death of several BJP cadres. During the Trinamool Congress regime the bomb industry is flourishing in West Bengal,” stated Dilip and also added that hurling of bombs was common in rural areas now it is becoming common in Kolkata.


Urging everyone to stay safe, the West Bengal BJP chief said that the saffron camp will try to safeguard everyone.


“The bombs were recovered after the Military Intelligence got the information. The Kolkata Police and the CID were mere spectators. How come the police didn’t get the information that someone is leaving live bombs in an open area. Maybe the bombs were made but couldn’t be used during the election due to central forces and now TMC wants to use them on the BJP,” further claimed the West Bengal BJP chief.

Notably, on Saturday late evening based on a Military Intelligence (MI) Anti Rowdy Section of Kolkata Police recovered 54 bombs from Khidirpur area near BJP’s election party office in Hastings.

Meanwhile, in Bhatpara area in North 24 Parganas bomb was hurled on Sunday morning that killed a BJP worker.

BJP MP Arjun Singh slamed the TMC leaders and supremo Mamata Banerjee for instigating violence in West Bengal and for allegedly killing several BJP workers.

However, the ruling Trinamool Congress denied the blame.

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