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Bengal BJP Chief Threatens to Strip Cops of Uniform if Party Comes to Power

Warning the police, Ghosh said that the party is keeping track of those officers who filed cases against the BJP workers.

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Updated:December 24, 2018, 8:40 PM IST
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Bengal BJP Chief Threatens to Strip Cops of Uniform if Party Comes to Power
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Kolata: Calling the Kolkata police unworthy, the BJP’s Bengal chief, Dilip Ghosh, said that they would be “stripped of their uniform” once the party comes to power. He accused the police of filing false cases against the BJP workers.

"The policemen are registering false cases against my party workers. A day will come when we will strip you of your (police) uniforms. Police aren't worth wearing the uniform," Ghosh was quoted as saying by the ANI. He was addressing a public meeting on Saturday in Birbhum district.

He said that the police are “insulting" the BJP.

Warning the police, Ghosh said that the party is keeping track of those officers who filed cases against the BJP workers.

“We will also identify those officers who had slapped false cases against us after coming to power. They will have to pay us back from their own pockets," he said.

Ghosh accused the Mamata-led TMC government of “making bombs” in Bengal and presenting the people from Jharkhand in a negative light.

| Edited by: Sana Fazili
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