Ghosh alleged the attack was carried out by local TMC leader Tapas Mukherjee. However, Mukherjee refuted these allegations.
"I came here because West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has taken a stand that states CAA is against the persecuted people," Fadnavis said.
In September, Ghosh had claimed that "bribe" worth Rs 2 lakh was being offered to prove people were committing suicides in West Bengal due to National Register of Citizens (NRC).
The BJP leader had earlier stirred controversy with his "beat TMC men" remark. Two days ago, Dilip Ghosh instructed BJP workers to beat up TMC workers and even police personnel if attacked.
"Talibani forces are active in Bengal under Mamata Banerjee. Today's incident has proved it," Patra said condemning the incident as undemocratic.
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