Amit Shah and JP Nadda expressed grief over the death of Shobha Mazumdar


Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda have condoled the demise of 84-year-old Shobha Majumdar. Shobha was allegedly injured last month in an attack by Trinamool supporters at Nimta Niwas in North 24 Parganas district. He has now passed away and, saddened by his demise, Amit Shah and JP Nadda have mourned the loss of bereavement. On Monday, both leaders tweeted and expressed condolences. Shobha died yesterday morning.

If you remember, Shobha and her son Gopal were attacked on 27 February in Nimta police station area of ​​North Dum Dum. According to reports, the cause of his death has not yet been ascertained. Amit Shah and JP Nadda have tweeted and written, “The pain and wound of their (Shobha) family will haunt Mamata Didi (Chief Minister and Trinamool chief) for a long time.” You can see that Home Minister Amit Shah wrote in a tweet, “Grieving the death of Bengal’s daughter Shobha Mazumdar ji, who was brutally beaten by Trinamool goons. Bengal will fight for a violence-free state and Bengal will fight a fight Will fight. ” Safe state for our sisters and mothers. ”

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In a tweet, JP Nadda said, “God should rest the soul of Nimta’s old mother Shobha Mazumdar ji. Being a BJP worker of son Gopal Majumdar, he lost his life. His sacrifice will always be remembered.” She was. ” Mother of Bengal too, daughter of Bengal. BJP will always fight for the safety of mother and daughter. ”

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