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Will drag TMC workers from home and beat them like dogs: BJP candidate

ANI
Published : May 5, 2019, 1:20 pm IST
Updated : May 5, 2019, 4:36 pm IST

Ghosh was on a visit to Anandapur hospital to see injured BJP workers who were allegedly beaten by TMC workers.

'You are threatening people to not to cast their votes. I will also drag them (TMC workers) out of their houses and thrash them like dogs. Whatever they will give, will return to them with interest,' the BJP candidate said. (Photo: ANI I Twitter)
 'You are threatening people to not to cast their votes. I will also drag them (TMC workers) out of their houses and thrash them like dogs. Whatever they will give, will return to them with interest,' the BJP candidate said. (Photo: ANI I Twitter)

Anandapur: Ghatal Lok Sabha BJP candidate and former IPS Bharati Ghosh, on Saturday threatened TMC workers to beat them if they continue to torture BJP workers in the area.

Ghosh was on a visit to the Anandapur hospital to see some injured BJP workers who were allegedly beaten by TMC workers in the Anandapur Police Station area.

"You are threatening people to not to cast their votes. I will also drag them (TMC workers) out of their houses and thrash them like dogs. Whatever they will give, will return to them with interest," she said.

She further threatened the TMC workers by saying that she will bring a thousand people from Uttar Pradesh and beat TMC workers.

"Will find out and beat them for one year, will drag you (TMC workers) out from home and will bring a thousand people from Uttar Pradesh. You couldn't do anything, will bring a thousand people. You wouldn't be able to find out, now go back home. Go inside your houses and lock your doors," she said.

Four phases of Lok Sabha elections are over in West Bengal with remaining three phases scheduled on May 6, 12 and 19. The counting of votes will be done on May 23.

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Tags: 2019 lok sabha elections, tmc workers, bjp, former ips, bharti ghosh
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