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Smriti Irani Says, “Bengal Won’t Tolerate “Gunda Raj” On Elderly Woman’s Death

Neha Singh

New Delhi: On Monday, Union Minister Smriti Irani slammed Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government by saying Bengal will not tolerate the "gunda raj" of TMC following the death of the 85-year-old mother of a BJP worker.

Smriti added, "The goons of TMC beaten up an 80-year-old woman. What was her fault? Her son is a BJP worker that was her fault. She was allegedly beaten up with such brutality that she died on Monday. West Bengal election is the polls to bring justice to innumerable women who were raped, harassed and killed due to TMC's "gunda raj". People living in West Bengal are warning Mamata that Bengal will not tolerate the "gunda raj" of TMC. Bengal will not tolerate injustice anymore.”

In North 24 Parganas district, BJP worker Gopal Majumdar's mother, Shobha Majumdar died on monday, who was beaten up by TMC goons last month.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah condoled the death of the old age mother of the BJP candidate and mentioned her death will haunt Mamata Banerjee for so long.

Amit Shah went on to add,”Angony over the death of Bengal's daughter Shova Majumdar ji, who was brutally beaten by TMC goons. The pain of her family members will haunt Mamata didi. Bengal will stood up and fight for a violence-free tomorrow, we will fight to make Bengal a safer state for our sisters & mothers.”

BJP National President JP Nadda wrote in a tweet, "I wish peace to Nimta's old mother Shobha Majumdar's soul. She had to sacrifice her life for her son Gopal Majumdar being in BJP. BJP will always remember her sacrifice. She was Bengal's ''mother'' as well as its ''daughter''.

Last month Gopal Majumdar mentioned that there were three TMC workers attacked who attacked his house and mother. Shobha Majumdar stated to media that they hitted on her head and neck. They punched on her face too. She was scared. They asked her not to tell anyone about it.

After this incident many BJP leaders had visited Shobha's residence to take her to the hospital. Four days ago she returned to her home before returning she was being treated at a private hospital.

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