Kolkata, March 3: West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh stoked a controversy on Wednesday by saying anybody who raised pro-Pakistan slogans would be chopped by six inches from the top.
Ghosh,a former RSS pracharak who took over the party's reins in the poll-bound state last year, said this while addressing a party workers' meeting in Birbhum district following clasheson Tuesday over a student's Facbook post.
One person was killed when a group of protesters reportedly attacked a police station and vandalised vehicles. The mob allegedly protested outside the police station on Tuesday and sought that the student, who was arrested on Monday night, to be handed over to them. They then allegedly attacked the police station and also put up road blockade.
Two more BJP legislators, including a Union minister, made controversial remarks at a public condolence meeting in Agra earlier this week over the death of a VHP leader last week.