Sukanta Majumdar, a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s fact-finding committee on the Birbhum violence event, stated that the panel has sought government involvement and that action be done within the framework of the Constitution.
His remarks follow the committee’s submission of its report on the event to the party’s national president, Jagat Prakash Nadda. Majumdar further stated that the BJP is attempting to refer the matter to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
“We delivered the report to our country’s president. We will make an attempt to transmit it to the Home Ministry. “”Our committee has urged that central involvement and action be taken within the constitutional framework to bring it to a logical conclusion,” ANI quoted the BJP leader as saying. “
He also stated that the committee has created a thorough report on the incident’s cause, stating that the ruling Trinamool Congress runs a mafia that collects a “goonda tax” that goes to their leadership.
Sand smuggling and illicit coal mining occur there. Due to overcrowding, the state government levies an unofficial “goonda tax” on it. This was sent to the TMC’s leadership. As a result, there is infighting inside TMC. Bhadur Sheikh was assassinated as a result of this. Prior to that, his brother was murdered a year ago. Several such incidences of violence have occurred before this. According to the BJP’s chief,
Majumdar claimed that the West Bengal police were not upholding their oath of office.
After Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee raised severe concerns over the BJP committee’s findings, Majumdar stated she was speaking “ludicrously” and “should be referred to a hospital for a few days.”
She stated a few days ago that Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Ukraine-Russia war, adding that he should have thought about how to bring Indians back before starting the war. This is how the Chief Minister speaks. He stated that it is logical that she may protest the Calcutta High Court’s rulings in a CBI case as well.
Nadda formed a five-member fact-finding committee following the violence, which included West Bengal state BJP president Sukanta Majumdar, Rajya Sabha MP and former Uttar Pradesh DGP Brajlal, Lok Sabha MP and former Mumbai Police Commissioner Satya Pal Singh, Rajya Sabha MP and former IPS KC Ramamurty, and BJP spokesperson and former IPS Bharati Ghosh.
Eight people were murdered in the Rampurhat region of West Bengal’s Birbhum when a crowd allegedly set fire to buildings after the death of TMC leader Bhadur Sheikh. Following the Calcutta High Court’s ruling, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) took over the investigation into the Birbhum violence case.