BJP Workers, West Bengal Police Clash in South Dinajpur; Several Injured, Section 144 Imposed
BJP state president Dilip Ghosh and WB violent clashes. (Photo Credit: ANI)

Kolkata, June 8: Days after reports of violence in Bhatpara area of 24 Parganas (North) in West Bengal, another report of clashes between Bharatiya Janata Party worker and state police popped in Gangarampur area of South Dinajpur district.

According to initial details, the clashes between the BJP workers and West Bengal police after the police personnel allegedly stopped the rally of BJP MP Dilip Ghosh in the area. In the violent clashes, one police sub-inspector and two civic volunteers were injured and have been admitted to a nearby hospital. Giriraj Singh Targets Mamata Banerjee After Iftar Party Row, Compares Her With North Korean Dictator Kim Jong Un

Reacting sharply to the imposition of Section 144 in the area, Medinipur Lok Sabha parliamentarian stated, "We are meeting people to thank them for voting for us. Police is not allowing us to meet people, Sec 144 has been imposed at places. TMC supporters are attacking us, a few of our supporters and police personnel have been injured."

Earlier, the state administration had not given permission to the BJP leaders to organise Lok Sabha victory rallies, stating that this might create a law and order situation in the state. Similar restrictions were imposed by the state administration when BJP wanted to organise Lord Rama's yatra in West Bengal months ago.