KOLKATA: A BJP worker was on Saturday discovered dangling from a shaft in Dabha town of Purulia’s Balarampur. Following the occurrence, the saffron party affirmed TMC’s part behind the murder of 32-year-old Dulal Kumar, who had disappeared on Friday.

Taking to Twitter, BJP National General Secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said that Dulal’s murder is very comparative with that of BJP extremist Trilochan Mahato who was discovered dead last Wednesday.

The collection of 20-year-old Trilochan Mahato was discovered dangling from a tree in Purulia’s Balarampur with a message recorded on the back of his T-shirt, blaming him for supporting the BJP.

A publication discovered adjacent guaranteed the young needed to bite the dust for his fondness for the saffron party. While the nearby police held up an instance of kidnapping and murder, the BJP named the occurrence as a political slaughtering by the goons of the Trinamool Congress.

Several leaders and pioneers of the West Bengal BJP on Friday held challenges and exhibits against Dulal’s killing.

Dissents were additionally held outside a few police headquarters by the BJP specialists, who blamed the state organization for neglecting to keep up lawfulness.

State BJP boss Dilip Ghosh had blamed the Trinamool Congress for attempting to wreck the political restriction from the state. Ghosh, be that as it may, asserted that his gathering is fit for giving a befitting answer to the decision gathering’s savagery.

Not long after Trinamool Congress won Panchayat races, West Bengal keeps on bubbling over claimed killings of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) specialists.

In Purulia, the TMC and the BJP had a nearby battle in the gram panchayat surveys winning 839 and 645 seats separately. Out of the 38 Zilla Parishad seats, TMC had won 26 seats and BJP nine seats.