WATCH: BJP Workers In Howrah Clash With West Bengal Police Over Hanuman Chalisa Recital Roadblock

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The cops claim that the workers did not had permission for Hanuman Chalisa recital.

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:

BJP workers in the Howrah district of West Bengal was allegedly conducting Hanuman Chalisa recitals on road on July 16 during which they had a confrontation with West Bengal cops. The cops claim that the workers did not had permission for Hanuman Chalisa recital. The incident took place at Dobson road area. BJP member Ishrat Jahan was also present in the event. 

Sources said that BJP workers in Howrah have decided that they will conduct Hanuman Chalisa recital every Tuesday evening. The first time when they did it on June 26, cops claimed they did not have permission. But the recital on July 16, clashes broke between Police and workers. The Police claim that they blocked the road and hence they were being told to move. 

In the video, it can be seen scuffle broke out between the workers of Yuva Morcha and the BJP the Kolkata Police who had come to clear the road.  Striking a amjor controversy last month, the Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha leader alleged that in Mamata Banerjee's rule Grand Trunk Road & other main roads are blocked on Fridays for namaz. He went on to allege that patients die,people can't reach office on time. 

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