Published On: Tue, May 28th, 2019

Families of 50 BJP Bengal workers killed in violence invited in Modi’s oath-taking ceremony

The special invitees in the Narendra Modi oath-taking ceremony in Delhi on May 30 are the families of more than half-ton Bharatiya Janata Party workers in West Bengal who were allegedly killed in political violence. It will surely be designated as a piercing political message for the state chief minister Mamata Banerjee and the mass as well.

According to sources a list of special invitees have been prepared after a five-hour long meeting between Modi and BJP president Amit Shah and will soon be submitted to the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

About 7,000 people are invited for the second-term inaugural ceremony of Modi and special invitees of such BJP workers is intended to be a big message to the party workers ahead of the 2021 Bengal assembly election.

It is an indication that the central leadership of the party cares for the workers and stands by them against the violence of TMC.

Amit Shah had earlier paid tribute to the BJP workers in his address on the day when Lok Sabha results were announced.

It is a tough time for Mamata Banerjee as a losing ground in Lok Sabha elections is now followed with her leaders joining BJP.

BJP, Bengal, Modi, oath-taking ceremony

Mukul Roy’s son Subhrangshu Roy joined BJP Tuesday along with two legislators and fifty TMC councillors.

The junior Roy was TMC MLA from Bijpur and the party had suspended him for anti-party comments for six years. The other two MLAs who joined BJP are Shilbhadra Dutta and Sunil Singh.

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