State BJP president Dilip Ghosh was seen participating in one such rally with a sword and a mace in Kharagpur of West Midnapore district.
Minor boys and girls were seen brandishing arms like swrods and knives while chanting the name of Lord Ram during the rally, which was allegedly organised by Bajrang Dal.
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Taking a dig at the ruling Trinamool Congress, Ghosh said the people who have so far opposed the celebrations are now eager to observe Ram Navmi to gain the support of the majority of the people.
The West Bengal Police on Thursday registered a First Information Report (FIR) against state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh for wielding a sword during a Ram Navmi rally in his constituency Kharagpur of West Midnapore district.
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh created a fresh controversy on Wednesday when he termed the Ram Navmi celebrations in the state as a fight between "Ramzada" (one born of Lord Ram) and "Haramzada" (illegitimate- born).
Nasik: The festival of Ram Navmi was celebrated with zeal and fervour with hundreds of thousands of devotees swarming to seek Darshan of Shirdi Sai Baba. The offerings by devotees have broken all previous records