West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh on Tuesday mentioned the TMC authorities must “pay a heavy worth” within the state polls for not budging on its choice to implement lockdown on August 5, regardless of requests by his celebration on account of the Ram temple groundbreaking ceremony in Ayodhya.
Mr Ghosh additionally claimed that the Mamata Banerjee-led authorities’s stand on the matter displays its “disregard for the feelings of the Hindu neighborhood”.
Rebuffing the allegation, a senior TMC chief mentioned the BJP ought to chorus from indulging in communal politics within the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The state BJP chief, whereas addressing a protest rally right here over the alleged killing of his celebration’s leaders within the latest previous, mentioned, “We had urged the federal government to alter the date of lockdown from August 5 to every other day. Yesterday, they did make modifications to the lockdown schedule, however remained adamant on August 5.
“The individuals of West Bengal are watching the whole lot. They won’t hesitate to alter the federal government within the subsequent elections. This vanity will value them dearly,” he mentioned.
The August 5 ceremony will mark the start of the development of Ram temple after a decades-long title swimsuit over the location in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, was settled by the Supreme Court docket final November.
The Medinipur MP mentioned his celebration is not going to conduct any programme on the event, however employees will participate in prayer meets organised by the VHP, and different organisations.
“Tomorrow, in numerous elements of the state, individuals will conduct Yagya and carry out different rituals to mark the ”bhoomi pujan” of Ram Mandir. The BJP is formally not conducting any programme, however our celebration employees will participate in celebrations,” he instructed reporters later within the day.
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