BJP Fact-Finding Committee Submits Preliminary Report to JP Nadda

| Published on:

West Bengal Rape Case

The Bharatiya Janata Party fact-finding committee on the HANSKHALI GANGRAPE AND DEATH case submitted its preliminary report to party National President Shri JP Nadda on 20 April, 2022. The five-member committee constituted by Shri JP Nadda earlier includes;

• BJP National Vice President & MP Smt. Rekha Verma
• Uttar Pradesh Cabinet Minister Smt. Baby Rani Maurya
• BJP National Mahila Morcha President & Tamil Nadu MLA Smt. Vanathi Srinivasan
• Special Invitee, NEC Maharashtra Smt. Khusbu Sunder and
• West Bengal MLA Smt. Rupmitra Chaudhury

Interacting with media persons, panel members Smt. Rupmitra Chaudhury said, “We have submitted a preliminary report to BJP National President Shri JP Nadda about whatever we observed on the ground. We held a discussion over it and he took first-hand knowledge over the matter. We will submit a larger comprehensive report and submit it to him as soon as possible”.


Smt. Chaudhury further said “In this case, all the evidence has been erased from the victim’s house to the crematorium by the administration. Police are not working and there is an atmosphere of fear among the people of the village. The family members of the deceased do not even know whether she has been burnt or not. Family members are being threatened by the accused side”.

Smt. Chaudhury said, “Law and order situation is very bad. Girls are not safe. Violence is happening every day in West Bengal. However, we are hopeful that the truth will come out to the fore following the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe”.

Noteworthy, earlier this month, a 14-year-old girl died after she was allegedly gang-raped in Hanskhali in Nadia district of West Bengal. The victim’s family accused the son of a Trinamool Congress Panchayat leader in the case. The case is now probed by CBI after Calcutta High Court’s order.

PM dedicates multiple projects in Gujarat

The Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi dedicated to the nation a new dairy complex and potato processing plant at Diyodar, Banaskantha district, built at a cost of over Rs. 600 crores, on April 19.

The Prime Minister also dedicated the Banas Community Radio Station to the nation. This Community Radio Station has been established to provide farmers key scientific information related to agriculture and animal husbandry. Shri Modi also dedicated to the nation the expanded facilities for the production of cheese products and whey powder at the Banas dairy plant in Palanpur. Organic Manure and Biogas plant established at Dama, Gujarat was also dedicated by the PM.