‘Don’t touch my body… I am a man’: In Nabanna March, Suvendu Adhikari knows to whom he spoke – न्यूज़लीड India

‘Don’t touch my body… I am a man’: In Nabanna March, Suvendu Adhikari knows to whom he spoke


TMC shared this statement of Suvendu Adhikari

Bengal BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari was embroiled in controversy on Tuesday after he commented on a video of him being shared by the Trinamool Congress during the ‘Nabanna Chalo’ protest march in Kolkata. Suvendu Adhikari is seen protesting the arrest by a ‘female’ police officer during a BJP protest march in Kolkata. The video of which has been shared by the then ruling TMC.

“Don’t touch my body. You’re a woman, I’m a man.”

Suvendu Adhikari was seen protesting the arrest and telling a female officer: “Don’t touch my body. You are female, I am male.”

Mamta wrote- BJP's 56-inch chest model busted

Mamta wrote- BJP’s 56-inch chest model busted

The video was shared by users on social media, before it was shared by TMC on its official Twitter handle. However, the Mamata Banerjee-led party put a spin on it amid the ongoing allegations and counter-allegations between the two parties. Mamata Banerjee wrote “BJP’s 56-inch chest model busted! Declaration of the day: “Don’t touch my body. I’m a man!”

BJP President Sukant Majumdar was also taken into custody

Kolkata Police detained several BJP leaders including Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari, Rahul Sinha and MP Locket Chatterjee from Hastings in Kolkata when they tried to go to Santragachi during a massive protest march to the state secretariat ‘Nabanna’. Were. The police also arrested state BJP president Sukant Majumdar during the protest. The detained leaders were taken to the police headquarters in Lalbazar.

  The police also had to resort to tear gas and water cannons.

The police also had to resort to tear gas and water cannons.

According to reports, a riot-like situation has arisen in Kolkata after thousands of BJP workers took to the streets to protest the alleged corruption by the ruling Trinamool Congress government. A police vehicle was torched amid clashes between the protesters and the police. Police also had to resort to tear gas and water cannons to disperse the protesters near the Howrah bridge.

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