NEW DELHI: The BJP chief Amit Shah has constituted a high-level delegation led by the senior party leader Om Mathur to visit the areas hit by communal violence in West Bengal.
“The party chief has constituted a team of MPs to take stock of the ground situation in parts of West Bengal where the incidents of communal violence are being reported. The members of the delegation will meet affected people and try to understand the situations in the state,” the BJP stated in a media statement.
The delegation will also consist of the former Mumbai police commissioner and Lok Sabha MP from Baghpat Satyapal Singh and New Delhi MP Meenakshi Lekhi. The state BJP chief Dilip Ghose the party in-charge for the state Kailash Vijayvargia will closely work with the high-level delegation of the party.