Despite not getting the permission of the police, the BJP organized a marathon in Kolkata, following the covid rules, about 100 BJYM workers took part in the race, Dilip Ghosh led the marathon in support of the Indian players participating in the Tokyo Olympics.
Encouragement: Dilip Ghosh leads BJP’s mini marathon in support of India at Olympics.
In the meeting of the BJP Mahila Morcha, a law break and jail bharo campaign was announced on August 13 against the deteriorating law and order situation in the state and atrocities on women.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday morning joined hundreds of party workers in a race in Kolkata’s Maidan area in support of the Indian players participating in the Tokyo Olympics-2020. a lead. After this, Dilip Ghosh announced the Break the Law and Jail Bharo campaign on August 13 against the deteriorating law and order situation in the state and atrocities on women in the BJP Mahila Morcha meeting.
Despite not being given permission by the police, a mini marathon was organized by the youth wing of the state BJP in Kolkata on Sunday. State BJP President Dilip Ghosh led this marathon race organized in the morning in the Maidan area of the metropolis in support of the Indian players participating in the Tokyo Olympics.
The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) organized the event, despite Kolkata Police refusing permission for the event, citing COVID-19 related restrictions in the state. Under the leadership of Ghosh, about 100 BJYM workers including state BJYM president and MP Saumitra Khan and national secretary Raju Bisht and other leaders participated in it.
This race of about one kilometer was organized from the statue of Subhas Chandra Bose to the statue of Syama Prasad Mookerjee in the ground. Following the covid rules, the workers participated in it by waving the tricolor in their hands and encouraged the players.
Police did not allow marathon.
Let us tell you that citing restrictions related to covid-19, Kolkata Police had refused permission for this program. The program was organized by the youth wing of the party ‘BJYM’. Despite not getting the approval, Dilip Ghosh led about 100 BJYM workers, including BJP state president Soumitra Khan and national secretary Raju Bist, in the ground for some hundreds of meters from the statue of Subhas Chandra Bose to the statue of Syama Prasad Mookerjee. Due to the race of the BJP member in the field, the police kept a vigil from afar.
The police, however, kept a vigil from a distance due to the race of BJP members in the fray. Speaking on the occasion, Ghosh said, “We participated in the Tokyo Olympics to boost the morale of the Indian contingent. This marathon has nothing to do with politics. We are all Indians above everything else. We are happy that the police also understood this. The police cooperated. No covid protocol was violated. At the same time, Kolkata Police officials said that no untoward incident took place.
On the other hand, BJP’s Mahila Morcha meeting was held on Sunday. In the meeting, BJP’s Mahila Morcha President and MLA Agnimitra Paul welcomed the guests by giving a Tulsi plant instead of a bouquet of flowers. On this occasion, Dilip Ghosh broke the law and announced the Jail Bharo campaign on 13 August in protest against the ongoing violence against women across the state and the violence after the elections. Apart from Kolkata, this instruction has been given to the leaders of Mahila Morcha in all parts of the state.