A video has emerged from West Bengal showing a woman being brutally beaten by a group of men, allegedly including Jayanta Singh, a close associate of TMC MLA Madan Mitra. The incident has triggered widespread outrage and condemnation on social media, with many users criticizing the poor state of law and order under the TMC government and questioning the efficacy of its women-centric policies. The severity of the assault has led to comparisons with the Taliban, and there are demands for swift and stern action against the culprits.


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According to reports, the woman in the video is thrashed repeatedly by Singh and his accomplices. The woman can be heard screaming in pain, but the assailants show no sign of stopping. The video has gone viral on social media, drawing widespread condemnation and calls for justice.



The incident has once again shone a spotlight on the prevailing lawlessness in the state. There have been several incidents of crimes against women in West Bengal in recent months, and critics claim that the government is not doing enough to curb the menace.


The assault has also led to comparisons with the Taliban’s treatment of women. Many users have expressed shock and disgust at the level of violence meted out to the woman and have called for stringent action against the perpetrators. The incident has sparked a public debate on the safety of women in the state and has once again brought to the forefront the issue of political accountability.


The accused, Jayanta Singh, is reportedly associated with TMC MLA Madan Mitra and is said to be a notorious criminal in the area. The incident has raised questions about the TMC’s relationship with criminals and the nexus between politics and crime in the state.