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BJP stages silent stir against violence on party workers in WB

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Mysuru: BJP workers led by their Mysuru city unit President T S Srivatsa staged a silent protest in front of the party office in Mysuru.

They staged protest against rising political killings in West Bengal, especially after Trinamool Congress (TMC) returned to power in the recent elections, for the last three days.

Nine BJP workers including a mother of the worker have been killed and 13 offices of the party have been torched by the mob, said Srivatsa.

Strangely the assailants didn’t even spare a woman who went to the rescue of her son, who happened to be the booth president, who was also killed in the attack.

Condemning this, BJP National President J P Nadda had directed to stage silent protests in all the units of the party nation wide, said Srivatsa.

BJP State spokesman and former Corporator M G Mahesh who also took part in the protest gave a clarion call to restore peace in the land of Bengal, which gave birth to personalities like Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Bankim Chandra, Rabindranath Tagore and Shyama Prasad Mookherjee.

BJP rural district Women’s president Mangala Somashekar, State Yuva Morcha Vice- president Jayashankar, City BJP spokesman M Mohan, general secretary Vani Sukumar, rural general secretary Devanur Prathap, city media convener Mahesh Raje Urs, Chamundeshwari wing president Gejjagalli Mahesh, backward classes wing president Jogi Manju, Cable Mahesh, Giridhar, Somasundar, Jayaram and Pradeep Kumar were present.

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