Know how political ‘war’ in West Bengal reached Delhi | ABP Special Full

A day after the attack on BJP’s national President J.P. Nadda’s convoy, BJP state unit chief Dilip Ghosh said on Friday that he is noting down everything in his red diary and everything will be returned with interest.

The war of words between the clashing political rivals intensified ahead of the forthcoming state Assembly elections, especially after Thursday’s attack. Many senior BJP leaders, including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, have slammed the Mamata Banerje-led state administration for failing to provide security to Nadda and called the attack ‘sponsored violence’. Shah said that the state has “descended into an era of tyranny and anarchy” under the Trinamool Congress rule.

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