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West Bengal: After by-poll victory, TMC workers capture 4 BJP offices, paint offices green and resort to vandalism

The recent by-polls in West Bengal had also marred with violence as BJP District President Falguni Patra was attacked and her house and car were vandalised.

After sweeping the by-polls in West Bengal, workers of the Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) have resorted to vandalism as they captured BJP offices in various parts of the state and painted them green.

According to the reports, the TMC workers captured four offices of the BJP in Kankinara, Naihati, Madral and Barrackpore after a victory in the by-polls, the results of which were declared on Thursday.

Reportedly, the ruling party workers also painted the party’s name on the BJP offices and replaced the BJP flags with TMC flag on top of those offices. These attacks on the BJP come after TMC won all the seats in the assembly by-elections in Kaliaganj, Kharagpur Sadar and Karimganj. The celebrations by the TMC workers went overboard as they reached the BJP offices in large numbers and raised slogans.

Read: West Bengal: BJP District President’s house, car vandalised, alleges TMC goons also beat up party workers when they tried to intervene

Ever since BJP made inroads in the state of West Bengal by winning 18 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, several incidents of vandalism and attacks against the BJP workers by the ruling party have been reported.

The recent by-polls in West Bengal had also marred with violence as BJP District President Falguni Patra was attacked and her house and car were vandalised. Patra had accused ruling party TMC for the attack and had alleged that the TMC goons also beat up her party workers when they tried to intervene.

Read: West Bengal: Union minister Babul Supriyo faces protests during visit to cyclone-hit areas, claims agitators belonged to ruling TMC

On November 25, during the by-polls in Karimpur constituency of West Bengal, the BJP candidate Jayprakash Majumdar was manhandled, thrashed and thrown in a bush outside the Ghiyagat Islampur School booth. He too had accused the ruling party of the assault.

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