Bengal: What was the matter that Yogi has tears in his eyes?


Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) veteran Yogi Adityanath addressed an election meeting in Bengal on Tuesday. Addressing an election rally in Malda here, the UP Chief Minister targeted the Bengal government and Mamta Didi fiercely. During this time he also took up a case of assault with the mother of a BJP worker in Bengal.

Tear in Yogi's eyes

Yogi said that the power-sponsored crime and terrorism here is giving a tough challenge to the security of the country. The condition of Bengal today is not hidden from anyone. Our workers are constantly being attacked here. Yet the government here does nothing. Yogi Adityanath said that an elderly mother in Bengal was beaten up by TMC goons, but the government did not take any action. During this time, CM Yogi also had tears in his eyes.

Poverty and plight in Bengal

He said that Malda is a land of eternal culture. Today, when chaos and plight are seen in Bengal, the whole country suffers. Today, there is poverty and plight in Bengal. The welfare schemes of the central government are not allowed to be implemented in Bengal. He said that the condition of Mamta Sarkar is not hidden from anyone. The one who is malevolent of Rama has no work in India and Bengal. What is not of Ram is of no use.

National Commission for Women took cognizance

At the same time, the National Commission for Women, taking cognizance of the news of the beating of the mother of a BJP worker in West Bengal, asked the Chief Election Commission to take immediate action and also asked for its report. Women's Commission Chairman Rekha Sharma wrote a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on Monday, giving full details of the matter. Sharma said that the Commission is concerned about the safety of women and such an act is not acceptable. He said that action needs to be taken in this case so that such an incident does not happen again.

This case came to light last Saturday

Significantly, BJP activist Gopal Majumdar has alleged that on Saturday (27 February) three TMC workers entered his house and his mother was attacked. An FIR has been registered in this regard. Looking at the bruises on the face of the elderly woman, it seems that she has been brutally assaulted.

Head and neck of elderly victim hit

The elderly victim said, "They hit my head and neck and punched me." They also hit my face. I am afraid, they asked me not to tell anyone about it. My whole body is in pain. '