Massanjore dam issue: Would not tolerate any misdoing, says Jharkhand minister
Jharkhand minister Louis Marandi today threatened to "gouge out eyes" of those who dared to look at the barrage.
Two days after Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) activists resisted workers of the West Bengal government from painting the Massanjore dam's walls, Jharkhand minister Louis Marandi today threatened to "gouge out eyes" of those who dared to look at the barrage.
Marandi, who holds the minority welfare and women and child development portfolios, also said that she would not "tolerate any misdoing" on the part of the Bengal government.
"If someone dares to look at the Massanjore dam, we will gouge out his eyes. (Agar koi ankh uthake dekhenga, hum uska ankh nikal lenge)," said the minister, who is the BJP MLA from Dumka.
Jharkhand was carved out of Bihar in 2000.
"They should not have entered the area without the permission of the Dumka administration," Marandi added.
BJYM's Dumka district president Amit Rakshit today said the members of his party have re-embossed the Jharkhand government's logo on the gate.
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