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Mamata allowing hooliganism of 'particular community', alleges Roopa Ganguly

 Agencies |  2018-04-02 06:04:13.0  0  Comments

Mamata allowing hooliganism of

BJP leader and Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha Roopa Ganguly on Monday slammed the Mamata Banerjee administration for what she said allowing "hooliganism of a particular community" in the violence-hit Asansol-Raniganj belt.

"Pathetic condition of WB administration. You allow the hooliganism of a particular community, give around 250 Hindus some shoddy shelter, no water, no toilet, another #manmadecalamity in Asansol Raniganj. Police is watching silently. Waiting for some order from some top BOSS," Ms Ganguly tweeted along with a video from the spot.
The actress-turned-politician was part of the BJP delegation that visited Asansol on Sunday.
In another missive in the micro-blogging site, the Rajya Sabha MP wrote: "Devastation @ Ambagan
and Ramkrishnodanga in Asansol were hard to watch. So many households were burnt and looted. No arrest of culprits yet. It took long to hear and console our brothers n sisters, could not visit Raniganj for time constraints but we have not forgotten you Raniganj".
The delegation deputed by BJP chief Amit Shah comprised party national vice-president and Rajya Sabha member Om Prakash Mathur, national spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain, Palamu MP Vishnu Dayal Ram, besides Ms Ganguly visited some violent affected areas of Asansol.
The team would be submitting a report to the BJP national president shortly.
Meanwhile, in a tweet, Union Minister and BJP MP from Asansol Babul Supriyo referred to the recent violence in his constituency and asserted that he would not "flee" even as he has gone through his personal turmoil due to politics.
"I am not the one to flee, neither am I a quitter but yes, I did go through my own turmoil when getting introduced to the dirt of WB Politics and how singer Babul's audience was getting divided," tweeted playback singer-turned-BJP leader.
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