'One gets good values from good parents': BJP's Kailash Vijayvargiya says in response to Sajjan Singh's controversial remarks
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The incident took place at a minority-dominated area in the Wattgunj area of Kolkata's port division where the TMC was holding an event.
BJP Mahila Morcha state president Agnimitra Paul, however, wondered how that tweet of Vijayvargiya could be misogynistic.
Kishor also indicated that he will quit Twitter if the BJP performs any better in the state than his prediction.
Besides Roy, Vijayvargiya and Singh, two other BJP leaders Sourav Singh and Pawan Kumar Singh have moved the apex court for protection in cases lodged against them in the state.
The comments of Vijayvargiya, in-charge of party affairs in West Bengal, came a week after the attack on the convoy of BJP president JP Nadda at Diamond Harbour.
Vijayvargiya, the former MP minister and present BJP national general secretary in-charge of West Bengal made the disclosure while addressing the party’s Kisan Sammelan in Indore.
The MHA move came in the backdrop of the attack on the party’s national president JP Nadda’s motorcade on December 10.
He arrived in the city on Monday afternoon to take part in a programme at Mathurapur in South 24 Parganas.
With Assembly polls due in the state in April-May next year, the BJP Bengal minder appealed to the Election Commission to ensure free and fair elections.
Stones were thrown at Nadda's convoy by alleged Trinamool Congress workers when he was travelling to Diamond Harbour in South 24 Parganas district from Kolkata on Thursday.
Vijayvargiya shared a short video where a police personnel is seen purportedly loading bullets in a shotgun to target protesters
Barricades put up by the police were uprooted and set ablaze and stones were pelted during the protest.
Vijayvargiya's reaction comes a few days after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke out twice in support of the agitating farmers.
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Talking to reporters later, Vijayvargiya demanded President’s rule in the state, claiming law and order in the state has collapsed.