BJP's state general secretary of Bengal Subrato Chattopadhyay has alleged Trinamool’s hand behind this attack
Jhhargram: Violence hasn't ditched Bengal even in the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections. On Sunday, even before the polling started in Bengal, a BJP cadre was killed and another two were injured.
Though there is no concrete evidence who did it, fingers are being raised at Trinamool.
The deceased BJP supporter has been identified as Ramin Singh. He was a booth cadre of the BJP who was beaten mercilessly by alleged Trinamool workers on Saturday night. He later succumbed to his injuries.
Singh was working as a booth karyakarta in Gopiballavpur area that falls under Jhhargram Lok Sabha constituency.
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Meanwhile, two more BJP cadre were attacked in Kanthi Lok Sabha constituency. They have been identified as Anatha Guchait and Ranjit Maury. Though both of them sustained injuries, one is said to be serious.
Both Guchait and Maury were booth workers of BJP and was taking care of booth No 23 and 24 of Pashimbar village in Chandipur area.
BJP's state general secretary of Bengal Subrato Chattopadhyay has alleged Trinamool’s hand behind this attack.
Meanwhile, Trinamool too has alleged of poll violence at hands of BJP in Belda area where at least four Trinamool cadre were injured in a BJP-TMC clash. The area falls under the West Midnapore district.
BJP candidate Bharati Ghosh's car was attacked with a brick. Though she is unhurt, two of her security personnel sustained injuries. Later she was heckled at a polling booth.
All the above-mentioned constituencies are going to poll on Sunday.
Last Updated 11:43 AM IST