Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari attacked by Throwing Poles and Stones during Meet

New Delhi: An unidentified person threw a stone and a piece of wood on Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari, who came to an election meeting here for the by-poll in Bawana next week.

Police said that a piece of wood and a stone were thrown at Tiwari when he was present on the platform used for meeting at Jhanda Chowk of Jena Colony of Bawana. A senior police officer said, “With the help of videography made by us in public meeting, we are trying to establish the identity of the accused.

According to the directions of the Election Commission, such meetings are recorded during the elections. The BJP in Bawana is a triangular contest between you and the Congress. Meanwhile, the workers also searched for the attacker in the vicinity, but nothing was known. BJP leaders alleged that opposition parties are now resorting to violence due to fear of defeat, but the BJP is not afraid of it. We will continue to do our work for development. Even if other people adopt a maneuver. The public will answer them in the coming time. Such attacks show constant frustration in the opposition.