Mamata behading bounty: Yogesh Varshney was expelled by BJYM 2 yrs back

Mamata behading bounty: Yogesh Varshney was expelled by BJYM 2 yrs back

The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) on Wednesday condemned the statement made by Yogesh Varshney to annouce a bounty for beheading West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee but clarified that he was expelled by the party two years back on displinary grounds.

"BJYM has nothing to do with Yogesh Varshney. BJYM has no alignments to the statements made by him about West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Bannerjee," Morcha spokesperson Shivam Chhabra said.  The BJYM also urged the local Uttar Pradesh administration to take all the necessary legal actions against him as per the law.

Varshney's comment had lead to an uproar on the concluding day of parliament, with the BJP too distancing itself from such controversial statement.

Chhabra, however, stated that it won't be wrong to say that the law and order situation in West Bengal is worst. "The Trinamool Congress goons resort to unlawful activities and violence against BJP, which has been opposing the gundaraj in  Mamta Bannerjee-led regime. Recent attacks on BJYM karyakartas by TMC goons in West Bengal during the visit of our BJYM national president Poonam Mahajan show the cowardness and desperation of the state party against the growing base of BJP in West Bengal," Chhabra said.

 

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