Several Bharatiya Janata Party leaders were detained on Tuesday during the party’s march to the West Bengal secretariat building in Howrah, ANI reported.
Among those detained include the Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari, Locket Chatterjee, Taapshi Mondol, Rahul Sinha, Dibankar Gharami and others.
তৃণমূলের দুর্নীতির বিরুদ্ধে প্রতিবাদ করতে গেলে দলদাস পুলিশ গ্রেপ্তার করে বিরোধী দলনেতা @SuvenduWB, @me_locket এবং @RahulSinhaBJP ‘কে।#CholoNobanno pic.twitter.com/aHx0W3LhDJ
— BJP Bengal (@BJP4Bengal) September 13, 2022
#WATCH | West Bengal: Police personnel in Kolkata thrash a BJP worker who had joined other members of the party in their call for a “Nabanna Chalo” march. pic.twitter.com/WxFmoCr212
— ANI (@ANI) September 13, 2022
The BJP is holding a march against the alleged corruption by the ruling Trinamool Congress. Hundreds of saffron party supporters from across the state arrived in Kolkata and neighbouring Howrah on Tuesday morning to take part in the ‘Nabanna Abhijan’ or march to the secretariat, according to NDTV.
This is the saffron party’s biggest campaign against the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool government since its defeat in the Assembly elections last year.
West Bengal Police denied permission for the protest and imposed Section 144 of Code of Criminal Proceedure, which prohibits large gatherings, around the secretariat building, The Indian Express reported. Several BJP workers from across the state were also detained by the police.
On Tuesday, Adhikari denounced the police action and alleged that…