On Tuesday, amid Amit Shah’s roadshow in Kolkata, a battle broke out between the understudy wing specialists of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP. Jugs, blocks and stones flews, as a few people got harmed and the bust of the conspicuous Bengali social figure and polymath Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was pulverized. Following this, later the previous evening, the Race Commission took a choice that it has maybe never taken. It conjured Article 324 and banned race crusading in West Bengal from 10 pm today. In this scene, we talk about how this episode has changed the account in the state, how this will influence voters sitting going back and forth and furthermore look at Congress’ situation in the state.
Bust of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar in the Vidyasagar
A bust of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar in the Vidyasagar School and the College of Calcutta was vandalized by unidentified men on Tuesday. As indicated by a report, a statue of Vidyasagar, who was a famous savant and is one of the key chiefs driving the Bengali Renaissance in the nineteenth Century, was befouled by “a gathering of Bharatiya Janata Gathering (BJP) supporters following gathering president Amit Shah’s beautified truck”.
The pulverization of the bust occurred after savagery emitted among TMC and BJP specialists in the wake of Shah’s roadshow in Kolkata.
The statue was introduced at any rate 20 years back. The bust was inside a glass case in the school’s principle office that houses an Inward Quality Confirmation Cell (IQAC) and an authoritative counter, The Broadcast revealed.
Fight between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP
What pursued was a pitched fight between the Trinamool Congress and the BJP in the city of Kolkata on the grounds that both the gatherings accused each other for the grisly brutality. Both the gatherings have been accusing each other for the demonstration of vandalism.
Portions of the city dove into a welter of viciousness as Shah’s caravan was assaulted with stones by affirmed TMC supporters from inside the lodging of Vidyasagar School, setting off a conflict between supporters of the two gatherings, authorities said. The BJP boss was battling in the state on Tuesday.
Tending to a question and answer session on Wednesday, administering TMC pioneer Derek O’Brien stated, “This is the saddest public interview we are doing. The misery of those of us who have been in those universities is tinged with stun and outrage at what the BJP president with his employed goons did (sic).”