A case has been registered, late on Thursday, against the Bengal BJP state president Dilip Ghosh. The case registered by the Bengal police is under non-bailable sections of the Arms Act and Indian Penal Code for carrying swords at Ram Navami rallies the day before.
This case was registered by the state police at Kharagpur Town, where he is the sitting MLA. In a simultaneous move, the Kolkata Police filed separate cases at Posta, Bhawanipore and Entally police stations.
Soon as the CM of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee announced that there must legal actions against those who vandalise the Ram Navami rallies by weapons. “I am not going to tolerate any muscle flexing in the name of religion,” she said in a government program in Purulia district.
It all happened three hours after chief minister Mamata Banerjee announced in a government programme in Bengal’s Purulia district that government would take legal action against those who brandished weapons at Ram Navami rallies. “I am not going to tolerate any muscle flexing in the name of religion,” she said.