Bengal: 10,000 ‘Jai Bengal, Jai Hind’ cards sent to PM Narendra Modi; Trinamool worker shot dead in Kolkata

Kolkata: Three unknown assailants shot dead a worker of Trinamool Congress in West Bengal on Tuesday night. The incident took place in Damdam area of ​​Kolkata.

According to the police, the deceased was Nirmal Kundu, Chairman of Trinamool in Ward 6. On this day, Trinamool workers from the Damdam Post Office sent about 10 thousand cards to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Jai Bengal, Jai Hind and Vande Mataram was written on the postcards.

Trinamool workers have sent 10 lakh cards to Modi. They have been sent to the Prime Minister’s residence at Delhi’s Lok Kalyan Marg, from Dumdum Post Office.

South Damdam Municipal Corporation President D. Banerjee said that the workers have shown the strength of the party. The BJP, on the other hand, has also been preparing to send 10 lakh cards to Chief Minister and Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee. On these cards ‘Jai Shri Ram’ will be written.

BJP-Trinamool workers clash in Burdwan

Before this, there was a clash between BJP and Trinamool activists in Burdwan on Tuesday evening. Many houses and shops were set on fire. It is being told that after BJP’s victory in the elections, party workers in Burdwan were sharing sweets. That’s when they clashed with Trinamool workers. BJP leaders alleged that the Trinamool worker