Police Complaint Against BJP’s Roopa Ganguly For Controversial Rape Remark
Complaints against the Police Roopa Ganguly BJP of the controversial statements of violation
Roopa Ganguly attacked the state government saying that democracy has died in West Bengal.
CALCUTA: A complaint was filed against the BJP MP Roopa Ganguly today by the workers of the Trinamool Congress for making controversial comments on the violation.
Transmit the Mamata Banerjee government on the status of laws and ordinances in the state, said Ms. Ganguly on Friday: “send your wives and daughters (Trinamul) in Bengal … If you can survive for 15 days without being raped, Then tell me “.
The rebuttal of the Trinamool Congress was quick and so shocking.
“Before accusing the entire state … but also must say the number of times it was raped in Bengal, then one realizes the truth behind this claim,” said Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay.
The verbal exchange that saw politics in West Bengal hit a new low is amid alleged gang rape of three tribal women last month in Raiganj in the North Dinajpur district.
The tribes of the region have demanding ramps arrests in the case. A statement from the BJP then criticized the police for not putting an end to one of the culprits and “yes man, Trinamool Congress.”
The actor turned politician, who joined the BJP in 2015, attacked the state government saying that democracy has died in the state.
The BJP, according to the ANI news agency, defended Ms Ganguly, saying that instead of focusing on the literal meaning of her statement, the importance should be given to the matter itself.
Ms. Ganguly has become the most vocal face of the party, which has increased its voting share in the state from 9 percent in 2011 to 31 percent in 2016.
West Bengal was a boiling point in almost a month in the recent Basirhat communal disturbances and the ongoing campaign by a separate state of Gorkhaland Darjeeling Gorkha Janmukti Morcha led by a BJP ally.