‘Ready to become Jinnah for vote bank,’ BJP leader said on Bengal violence, before Rahul Gandhi’s Wayanad visit

BJP On Rahul Gandhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will visit Wayanad today (April 11) for the first time after the cancellation of Parliament membership. During this, Rahul is also going to address a rally and do a road show. Meanwhile, Delhi BJP general secretary Tarun Chugh took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi and said, “Today the people of Wayanad (Wayanad) are wondering whom we have chosen. 

Tarun Chugh said, the people of Wayanad are now surprised and upset as to whom they have elected. In fact, in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, Rahul Gandhi contested from the Wayanad seat in Kerala, in which he won by about 4.5 lakh votes. At the same time, after the court sentenced Rahul to two years, his membership of Parliament was cancelled. 

Delhi BJP general secretary on West Bengal violence said…

Delhi BJP general secretary Tarun Chugh said about West Bengal violence that some people are ready to become new Jinnah for the sake of vote bank. The government is completely failing regarding law and order in the state. In fact, there were incidents like stone-pelting and bomb-throwing at Ram Navami processions in Howrah and Hooghly last week, due to which violence erupted. During this time, the miscreants had set ablaze many public properties ranging from shops. A large number of people were injured in this entire violent incident. At the same time, police have arrested more than 30 people while taking action in the cases. 

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