Uproar over Abhishek Banerjee’s visit to Matua community stronghold in Bengal, know what Shubhendu Adhikari said -aabtak24


Suvendu Adhikari On Abhishek Banerjee: Supporters of Trinamool Congress National General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee, Union Minister of State for Ports, Shipping and Waterways Shantanu Thakur and members of Matua Mahasangh in West Bengal’s Thakur Nagar. There was a ruckus in the middle of Sunday (June 11). Both TMC and BJP parties have leveled allegations of attack against each other. 

Let us inform that Abhishek Banerjee visited Thakurnagar, which is considered to be the stronghold of Matua community in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal, on Sunday. He had reached Harichand temple located in Thakurnagar to worship. Ahead of Banerjee’s visit, Thakur’s supporters and leaders of the Matua federation waved black flags and raised ‘go back’ slogans against the TMC leader. The leaders of the Matua federation also closed the Thakurbari temple, where Banerjee was supposed to go. Banerjee then offered prayers at a nearby temple.

Shubhendu Adhikari targets Abhishek Banerjee

News agency ANI has tweeted a video of West Bengal leader of opposition Shubhendu Adhikari’s statement, in which the BJP leader is seen saying, “This is a very dangerous step. Without the consent of this family, they tried to enter on the power of the state. This method is not good. Being an MP, he should have taken Thakurwadi’s permission before leaving and should have also sent a letter.

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