West Bengal: Minister Subrata Saha was attacked by a mob in Murshidabad, bricks were thrown at his vehicle


PTI, Baharampur

Published by: Surendra joshi
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 08:24 PM IST

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Police said the mob threw bricks at Minister Saha’s vehicle, breaking its glass. The incident took place in the Barua area of ​​Murshidabad.

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West Bengal Minister Subrata Saha was attacked by a mob in Murshidabad district on Wednesday night. The attack took place when he had gone to meet the relatives of an accident victim. However, the leader of the Trinamool Congress, Saha, narrowly escaped the attack.

Before West Bengal, there were reports of attacks against opposition leaders and workers, but now incidents of attacks against ruling party leaders, ministers and the police are coming to light. Police said the mob threw bricks at Minister Saha’s vehicle, breaking its glass. The incident took place in the Barua area of ​​Murshidabad. At that moment the state minister of food processing and horticulture was leaving the home of the accident victim. The police officers present with Minister Saha rescued him from the scene.

An IPS official said the matter is under investigation. It is unclear why Saha was attacked. However, some distance away, a meeting of his Trinamool party was taking place nearby. The people present at the meeting attacked him.

In West Bengal, the BJP chairman of the Howrah organizing district, Surjit Saha, has found it difficult to oppose Suvendu Adhikari. On Wednesday, BJP state chairman Sukanta Muzamdar immediately expelled Surjit Saha from the party for violating the organization’s discipline. Saha has been sentenced to expulsion from the party for defamation of the party leader and opposition leader in the Assembly Suvendu Adhikari and misconduct within the party.

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West Bengal Minister Subrata Saha was attacked by a mob in Murshidabad district on Wednesday night. The attack took place when he had gone to meet the relatives of an accident victim. However, the leader of the Trinamool Congress, Saha, narrowly escaped the attack.

Before West Bengal, there were reports of attacks against opposition leaders and workers, but now incidents of attacks against ruling party leaders, ministers and the police are coming to light. Police said the mob threw bricks at Minister Saha’s vehicle, breaking its glass. The incident took place in the Barua area of ​​Murshidabad. At that moment the state minister of food processing and horticulture was leaving the home of the accident victim. The police officers present with Minister Saha rescued him from the scene.

An IPS official said the matter is under investigation. It is unclear why Saha was attacked. However, some distance away, a meeting of his Trinamool party was taking place nearby. The people present at the meeting attacked him.


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