BJP president Amit Shah has alleged that there is a political conspiracy behind the Maoist attack in Dantewada in Chhattisgarh in which BJP MLA Bheema Mandvi and four CRPF men were killed.
On April 10, BJP leaders had also demanded a CBI probe into the incident and had alleged that Mandavi was killed by the Maoists under a conspiracy by the Congress. They also lashed out at Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel for his “bullet for bullet" remark after the attack.
CM Baghel on Tuesday had tweeted that he has ordered to take action against the Maoists in the 'language' they understand.
Chattisgarh BJP in-charge Anil Jain had said:
“Since the time Bhupesh Baghel’s government came to power, law and order has been destroyed in the state. They came to power after making deals with the Maoist. They are destroying the peace of the state. There should be a CBI probe in the incident. Our MLA has been killed. Political leaders are being targeted in order to take revenge from them. For few votes, they conspired with the Maoist to kill our MLA. This is shameful.”
However, the Congress leaders had rejected the charge, alleging that the Maoists spread their wings from three districts to 13 districts in the last 15 years in the state because of the wrong policies of the BJP government under chief minister Raman Singh.
At the other hand, Dantewada DGP AM Awasthi and DG Naxal Operations Girdhari Nayak said that they warned the BJP MLA about the unsafe road and alleged that the MLA took the Dantewada-Sukma road at his own will.