Bengal BJP MP Claims Cops Stopped Her From Attending Hanuman Jayanti Occasion

BJP’s Locket Chaterjee was seen studying Hanuman Chalisa whereas sitting on the street.


Senior BJP chief Locket Chatterjee on Thursday sat on demonstration after the police stopped her from visiting her Hooghly Lok Sabha constituency to attend Hanuman Jayanti celebrations, citing legislation and order scenario following clashes between two teams throughout Ram Navami celebrations earlier this week.

She was seen studying Hanuman Chalisa whereas sitting on the street.

Ms Chatterjee was on her solution to Bansberia in Hooghly district when the police stopped her convoy and requested her to return, claiming that her go to would possibly incite pressure within the trouble-torn space.

She stated, “The police stopped me although I’m the native MP. I used to be invited to attend the Hanuman Jayanti programme there. However the police are asking me to return. Why is an elected consultant stopped from visiting her constituency?” The BJP chief advised reporters that she knowledgeable the governor in regards to the incident and he had stated he would look into it.

The MP and BJP employees began demonstrating within the space after being stopped and alleged that she was referred to as an “outsider by the police”. She additionally began studying Hanuman Chalisa.

Police officers have been seen requesting Ms Chatterjee to return and are available again another day when the scenario normalised.

The ruling Trinamool Congress criticised Ms Chatterjee for making an attempt to disturb the peace within the trouble-torn space.

“The BJP is making an attempt to disrupt peace and communal concord within the state. When the police have restored peace, why is the BJP making an attempt to foment hassle? At the price of peace, the BJP needs to get votes,” TMC state vice-president Jaiprakash Majumdar stated.

Prohibitory orders have been imposed in Hooghly and Howrah districts, the place clashes broke out between two teams when processions have been taken out to have fun Ram Navami.

Following a Calcutta Excessive Courtroom order, central police forces have been deployed in elements of Kolkata, Hooghly and Barrackpore on Thursday to help the state police in sustaining the legislation and order scenario in view of Hanuman Jayanti celebrations.

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