West Bengal BJP calls for a 12-hour bandh in Barrackpore over party councillor Manish Shukla murder

The West Bengal unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has called for a 12-hour bandh on Monday in Barrackpore, about 50 km from Kolkata, to protest against the alleged assassination of party councilor Manish Shukla in Titagarh. According to the official release, various protests in Barrackpore will include BJP general secretary Sanjay Singh, vice-president Arjun Singh and BJYM president Soumitra Khan.

Even though the assembly elections in West Bengal are still far away, the politics regarding law and order has intensified. On Sunday, a BJP leader Manish Shukla was shot dead in North 4 Parganas district. After this incident, where the BJP Central Supervisor of West Bengal Kailash Vijayvargiya has demanded a CBI inquiry into the entire matter, the Governor has summoned the Chief Minister, DGP and Additional Chief Secretary (Home).

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Kailash Viyasvargiya said- “BJP worker Manish Shukla was shot dead in front of Titagarh police station (North 24 Parganas district). The case should be investigated by the CBI. “

On the other hand, taking cognizance of this incident, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has summoned Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He said – West Bengal’s Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and DGP have been summoned for the brutal killing of counselor Manish Shukla in Titagarh and deteriorating law and order.

Last month, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar had said a big attack on the state government that he would have to consider taking over the powers of the state. Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar had said in a press conference that the Trinamool government had turned West Bengal into a ‘police state’ and would therefore be forced to consider Article 154 of the Constitution, as his office had long been ignited. Used to be.

It is to be noted that Article 154 of the constitution, which states the executive power of the state, states that the executive power of the state will be vested in the governor and he will use it according to this constitution by himself or by his subordinate officers.


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