West Bengal BJP President Dilip Ghosh on Sunday said that 50 lakh Muslim infiltrators will be identified and if needed, they will be 'chased out of the country'. 

He followed up the comment with an assault on the ruling party in the state, the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress, by saying that when the infiltrators' names are removed from the voters' list, Banerjee's votes in the upcoming 2021 WB Legislative Assembly polls will be significantly reduced.

Ghosh was addressing a gathering in Bengal's North 24 Parganas where he said, "50 lakh Muslim infiltrators will be identified, if needed they will be chased out of the country. 

Firstly, their names will be removed from the voters' list, and then Didi (referring to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee) will not be able to appease anyone."

He added, "Once this is done, Didi's votes will be reduced and in the upcoming elections, we will get 200 seats, she will not even get 50 seats."

In the recent couple of days, West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh had repeatedly displayed his penchant for unrestrained criticism of his opponents.

Notably, Ghosh was on Thursday re-elected as the President of the Bharatiya Janata Party's West Bengal unit for the second time and he has, since then, been virtually even more unrestrained in his desire to abuse opponents at will. Crossing all boundaries of civil discourse by a mile, Dilip Ghosh on Friday was particular in his contempt for public intellectuals in West Bengal.

"These parasite intellectuals have always had a good time living off of others. Where were you when our ancestors were persecuted along religious lines in Bangladesh? When their houses were burnt down, properties stolen, women raped, and crops damaged? No 'intellectual' had come down to the streets to protest against these things. 

These spineless devils live off of us and dare to oppose us," Ghosh said on Friday, from a stage arranged for the occasion of BJP's 'Jana Jagaran Yatra' in support of CAA.

The electocracy in West Bengal has long been mired by dirty politics, more specifically, ever since the BJP performed especially well from the state in the Lok Sabha polls last year, superseding most ex[pectations by a surprising margin. 

Since then, the BJP and the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) have been involved in frequent violent feuds throughout the state, with leaders from both sides taking to unrestrained abuse of their respective opponents.

However, Dilip Ghosh has established himself as an undisputed hallmark in that style of politics. Throughout the past couple of months, he had repeatedly been heard taking to the absolute rhetoric of unrestrained abuse to slam his opponents, something he seems to enjoy popularity among his supporters for, as evident from his re-election. Recently, he had also sparked controversies by threatening to shoot down 'like dogs' those who damaged public property in the state.
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