He also said that ‘fierce Violence in West Bengal is showing no signs of stopping.
going to Twitter, he said, “violent violence in violence” West Bengal Showing no signs of diminishing. Bomb blast outside MP @ArjunsinghWB’s residence this morning is worrying for law and order.”
Violence in West Bengal is showing no signs of stopping. Bomb blast outside member Parli’s residence this morning… https://t.co/U50gbuEWlF
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) 1631066289000
Dhankhar demanded speedy action from the West Bengal Police on the incident of bomb blast.
His tweet further read, “Hope immediate action @WBPolice. Regarding their safety this issue has already been flagged as @MamataOfficial.”
Raw bombs were thrown outside the house of BJP Arjun Singh, MP in Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district despite security presence.
while talking to yearsA local resident said, “Three bombs were hurled outside Arjun Singh’s residence at around 6.30 am on Wednesday. I don’t know who did it. This has never happened before.”
MP Arjun Singh had earlier also alleged that he was attacked by Trinamool Congress (TMC) workers after the West Bengal elections held earlier this year.