Kolkata, May 4: Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) national president JP Nadda on Tuesday visited Bengal after several BJP supporters were allegedly killed in post poll violence in the state.
Nadda, who is on a two-day visit to West Bengal said that the party will stand with its supporters. “ With heavy heart, met the family of our Karyakarta, Shri Abhijeet Sarkar who was brutally killed in post-poll violence in Beliaghata, Kolkata. We will fight this ideological battle with cruel TMC in a democratic manner. We are rigidly standing with our Karyakartas,” tweeted Nadda.
The results of the Bengal polls were announced on Sunday and the TMC emerged as the winner by bagging 213 seats.
However, BJP which stood second with 77 seats alleged TMC of unleashing terror after the poll results were declared. The BJP even claimed that several of its supporters were killed by the goons of TMC.
“ Met victim families of our Karyakartas who were targeted by the TMC post election in Gopalpur, West Bengal. In independent India, this much intolerance is unprecedented till date. I want to assure our Karyakartas of West Bengal that crores of BJP workers are with them,” read another tweet of Nadda.