TMC, BJP workers clash in Bengal's Durgapur
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Bengal, Dec 12: A clash broke out between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Trinamool Congress workers in the Durgapur area under Pashchim Bardhaman district of West Bengal on Friday night after a firebomb was hurled at a TMC worker’s house.

The TMC worker blamed the BJP for the incident, that resulted in a clash between the party workers in Durgapur area, saying the saffron party workers were “angry” because of his popularity in the area.

Speaking to media, a TMC worker said the bomb injured a cow.

We were sitting in our house when a firebomb was flung in our midst. It injured the cow. I think BJP workers are angry I’m a TMC worker and am popular here,” the TMC worker said.

Responding to the allegations, a BJP worker said his colleagues only wanted to put out the fire. It has become a norm to blame the BJP for any disturbance in the state.

Our boys only went to help to put out the fire which they saw from afar. It’s become a norm to accuse BJP of any disturbance in the state. We believe action must be taken against the perpetrators. We hope this oppressive government will go in this upcoming election,” the BJP worker said.