The BJP has accused West Bengals ruling Trinamool Congress of breaking tubewells and snapping water lines in three localities of West Burdwan and Birbhum districts soon after the Lok Sabha poll results.
Acting like sore losers the Trinamool Congress cadres have tried to teach a lesson to the locals who had voted for the saffron outfit.
According to the Bharatiya Janata Party leadership in Kalua gram panchayat, the tubewells were damaged after they got more votes in the Kanakpur polling booth of Birbhum Lok Sabha constituency.
"All tubewells in the village have been damaged, because BJP has done well," said local BJP worker Laltu Mondal.
In protest, the villagers gheraoed the house of local panchayat member of the Trinamool, Panchanan Das.
Das denied his party's hand in damaging the tubewells, but promised to repair them.
"Nobody can say that Trinamool, or a panchayat member, or some other local club has done all this. BJP has won. It is trying to put the blame on us," he said.