Manipur Women Parade: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is an attacker on the government in Manipur for conducting a parade by stripping women. Meanwhile, BJP claimed that many such incidents have happened in Bengal.
West Bengal BJP President Sukant Majumdar said, “Even more incidents than this have happened in Bengal. Many of the incidents that happened after the 2021 elections were not even reported. By calling our district president, a woman told that our house was surrounded. TMC goons entered the house during the phone call itself. After 30 to 40 minutes the woman told that I was raped. In such a situation, Mamata Banerjee does not have the morality to raise a finger in the matter of Manipur.”
What did Mamata Banerjee say?
Continuing her scathing attack against the central government over the Manipur crisis, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee on Friday (July 21) said that BJP ‘Beti Bachao’ The scheme now ‘burn the daughter’ He wondered why the Center never bothered to send a central team to Manipur, where over 160 people have died in the violence so far.
He questioned, ‘‘We want to show our solidarity with Manipur. The BJP sent several central teams to West Bengal (after the panchayat polls), but why no central team was sent to the northeastern state?’’
| Kolkata: West Bengal State BJP chief Sukanta Majumdar says, "Atrocities on women is at its peak in West Bengal… Many more incidents have happened in West Bengal. After the 2021 elections, the incidents were not reported…CM Mamata Banerjee does not have the moral… pic.twitter.com/PE8BfC5bO1
— ANI (@ANI) July 22, 2023
Banerjee had also tweeted in the case of parade by stripping women that she is getting angry. Heart is broken. He said that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mention of Bengal, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh is breaking the country.
According to Manipur Police’s FIR, on May 4, two women were paraded naked and sexually assaulted in front of other people. Police has arrested five people in this case. So far more than 150 people have lost their lives in the violence in the state.