The BJP will launch main protests in West Bengal in opposition to the alleged disparaging feedback of a TMC chief about scheduled castes, because the occasion seems to be to step up its marketing campaign within the remaining phases of the state meeting polls.
A delegation of BJP’s Dalit MPs, together with occasion basic secretary Dushyant Kumar Gautam, Sunita Duggal and Hansraj Hans apart from its SC wing head Lal Singh Arya, submitted a memorandum to the National Commission for Scheduled Castes, searching for motion in opposition to TMC chief Sujata Mondal Khan.
Alleging that Ms Khan’s remarks are in opposition to the constitutional values, the BJP urged the fee to request the Election Commission to derecognise the regional occasion.
Ms Khan had not too long ago allegedly likened the scheduled castes in West Bengal to beggars for the neighborhood’s help to the BJP in giant numbers.
Dubbing the TMC as “anti-Dalits”, Mr Gautam mentioned the BJP will launch main protests in opposition to the state’s ruling occasion.
“What she (Khan) has said is deeply insulting. She said the scheduled castes are beggars by nature. The community is supporting the BJP due to our welfare policies. What she has said is reflective of the TMC’s and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s mindset,” Mr Gautam advised reporters.
West Bengal doesn’t even have an SC fee the place Dalits can go for lodging their complaints, Mr Gautam mentioned, concentrating on Ms Banerjee.
The Modi authorities has labored for all sections of society with none discrimination, and that’s what the BJP is receiving help for each neighborhood, he mentioned.
The occasion has demanded motion in opposition to Khan.
A celebration delegation had on Sunday lodged an identical criticism with the Election Commission.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has additionally raised the problem in his ballot speeches within the state.
In its submission to the SC Commission, the BJP alleged that Ms Khan’s “deeply shocking and insulting statements” are a blow to the socialist, secular and democratic republic envisaged by BR Ambedkar.
“It is utterly shameful and disgraceful that such statements are being openly and brazenly made by the ruling leadership of the Trinamool Congress to create enmity and hatred between different social classes in West Bengal,” the BJP mentioned.
“The commission may also be pleased to request the Election Commission of India to order withdrawal of recognition of the All India Trinamool Congress as a political party for failing to uphold its own aims and objectives as per AITC’s constitution,” it mentioned.
The BJP has been operating a concerted marketing campaign in its bid to finish the TMC’s 10-year rule within the state.
Assembly polls in West Bengal are being held in eight phases between March 27 and April 29.