Bangla Hunt Desk: The whole country is burning in protest of the Hathras incident. The day before, a huge march was organized in Calcutta under the leadership of Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister of the state, in protest of the Hatras incident. After the march, Mamata Banerjee, leader of the All India Trinamool Congress, launched one attack after another against the BJP. From that meeting, the Trinamool leader said, even though I am here, my mind is on that small village in Uttar Pradesh.
After that, a huge protest procession was organized at Pingla in West Midnapore yesterday in protest of the Hatras incident. The procession was led by Minister of State Soumen Mohapatra. This time the controversy has spread with this procession of the grassroots. In the video (Viral Video) it has been seen that the grassroots procession is dancing with the band party. The BJP has asked, how can there be such joy in a procession in support of a torture?
Questions are also being raised about the role of Soumen Mohapatra who led the procession. According to grassroots activists, however, the procession was not just in support of Hathras' persecution. The procession was also against the anti-agriculture law of the central government. It is learned that Minister of State Soumen Mohapatra stopped playing the songs shortly after they started playing them.
Let me tell you, this is not the first time that a procession has been organized by the grassroots in opposition to anything. Earlier, a video of grassroots activists dancing in a procession in support of the agriculture bill went viral on social media. After that video went viral, many questions were raised about the motives of the grassroots. Even in that incident, grassroots activists were seen dancing with a beautiful lady playing DJ.
The video of another grassroots procession went viral, sparking a storm of condemnation.