BJP MP and Union Minister V Muraleedharan’s convoy attacked in Bengal Politics Uncategorized by Parakram News - May 6, 2021May 6, 2021 Union Minister of State for External Affairs and BJP leader V Muraleedharan’s convoy was allegedly attacked by TMC goons in Panchkhudi area of West Midnapore. The minister posted the video of the alleged attack on Twitter along with a caption, “TMC goons attacked my convoy in West Midnapore, broken windows, attacked personal staff. Cutting short my trip”. TMC goons attacked my convoy in West Midnapore, broken windows, attacked personal staff. Cutting short my trip. #BengalBurning @BJP4Bengal @BJP4India @narendramodi @JPNadda @AmitShah @DilipGhoshBJP @RahulSinhaBJP pic.twitter.com/b0HKhhx0L1— V Muraleedharan (@VMBJP) May 6, 2021 The video shows the convoy of V. Muraleedharan getting attacked by armed men with sticks and rods. BJP Chief JP Nadda condemned the attack on the convoy of Union Minister. Reacting to the continuous deteriorating Law and Order of West Bengal Nadda said, “Law and order in west Bengal has paralysed, if a Union Minister can be attacked, situation of a common man is understandable”. Mr. Nadda further claimed that 14 BJP karyakartas have been killed in post poll violence and nearly 80,000 to 1 Lakh people of Bengal have fled there homes to save themselves from TMC goons. While giving brief to media, he also said that CM Mamata Banerjee has blood on her hands. Retweeting the video of attack, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “Attack on the convoy of @VMBJP (V. Muraleedharan) is extremely unfortunate. Even a Union Minister is also not safe in West Bengal what will happen to ordinary citizens who did not vote for TMC. This is totally undemocratic and deplorable.” Earlier, the Ministry of Home Affairs had sent a four member delegation, led by an Additional Secretary level officer, the Central Force officials had accompanied them in Bengal visit. The delegation came to access the ground reality after the post poll violence. The instances of violence have been reported in many parts of West Bengal after the results of Assembly Elections were declared on May 2. BJP is alleging that 14 BJP workers have lost their life and many fled their homes in post poll violence. However, CM Banerjee and the workers of TMC are denying the allegation.