3 days after the fire at Rampurhat, Mamata job offer, ex-Gracia; The BJP says’ cat

In the midst of political turmoil over Birbhum violence, West Bengal Chief Minister visits Birbhum Rampurhat city And Rs 5 lakh has been announced for the families of those killed in the fire and Rs 2 lakh for those whose houses were damaged in the fire.

Further, Mamata Banerjee also promised jobs to the relatives of the deceased and directed the DG to arrest the TMC block president in Rampurhat, with an ultimatum that either he would surrender or the police would find him.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was quick to taunt the Chief Minister by quoting the Hindi proverb.100 chuhe kha ke bili haj ko chali [Cat on Hajj after killing 100 mice]”Which literally means a person going on a pilgrimage after committing a hundred sins.

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee arrived in the village of Bagatui on Thursday, where eight people were burnt alive earlier this week and spoke to family members of those killed. He took a helicopter from Dumurjola Stadium in Howrah and landed at a helipad near the village under tight security.

He went to Bagatui village and talked to the family members of the victims. The Chief Minister has separately spoken to the family members of the slain local TMC leader Vadu Sheikh. A family member fell ill while describing their ordeal to Banerjee.

Mamata Banerjee was also seen handing over checks to the bereaved family.

Prior to Mamata Banerjee’s arrival in Rampurhat, the BJP had condemned the TMC for “equipping” the city to welcome the chief minister for her visit, which was aimed at taking stock of the situation after the violence.

“The local TMC unit at Rampurhat in Birbhum is equipped to welcome an unscrupulous Mamata Banerjee. He is presumably visiting to take stock of the horrific genocide, where several women and children were burned alive by those close to his regime. It is cruel, inhuman …, “BJP’s Amit Malviya said in a tweet.

Violence in Birbhum

Eight people, including three women and two children, were burnt to death in a blaze that erupted in the village of Bagatui in the town of Rampurhat in West Bengal’s Birbhum district on Monday, March 20, following the killing of Gram Panchayat deputy chief Vadu Sheikh.

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At least 21 people have been arrested so far in connection with the incident, and several police officers and civic volunteers have been fired for negligence.

The incident A political conflict began While the opposition BJP has denied the ruling TMC’s claim, it is a local dispute with no political affiliation. The BJP has been calling for presidential rule in the state, citing post-election violence.

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