Homes of BSF Jawans set on fire by TMC goons, claims News18 Journalist
In a Twitter thread, the Managing Editor of the Network18 group Brajesh Kumar Singh has revealed that in a shameful act the houses of BSF jawans have been attacked, plundered and ransacked allegedly by the TMC goons.
The post-poll violence in West Bengal has shaken the consciousness of the entire nation. In a shocking revelation, it is not just the workers of the opposition party who are under attack, but even the BSF jawans are facing the heat of the violence.
In a Twitter thread, the Managing Editor of the Network18 group Brajesh Kumar Singh has revealed that in a shameful act the houses of BSF jawans have been attacked, plundered and ransacked allegedly by the TMC goons.The first incident is from Raniparhat in Jalpaiguri district where TMC goons allegedly attacked the house of a BSF jawan Kamal Sen who was said to be on leave. The jawan and his family were assaulted and his house, tractor and bike were set on fire. The injured jawan is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital in Siliguri.
The second incident is from Cooch Behar where the house of a BSF jawan named Sushant Burman was allegedly attacked and looted simply because his brother was a BJP supporter. His family members had to flee home to save their life. A complaint has been filed in this case.Brajesh Singh highlighted the plight of the common man in West Bengal. He remarked that when the security forces are under attack, how can the public of the state be or feel safe. As per Singh, the BSF officials have requested the local administration and police to take strict action in both the cases.Earlier, TMC Chief and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had demonised the central paramilitary forces. She had even urged the party supporters to ‘gherao’ them during elections.