Hindustan Times:  Infiltra-tors from Bangladesh and Rohingyas from Myanmar are involved in post-poll violence in Bengal, alleged Bharatiya Janata Party leader Suvendu Adhikari after meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Wednesday.  “I told Modi Ji about the atrocities BJP workers are facing in the state. As many as 25 women have been raped. Bangladeshis and Rohingyas are involved in these crimes.
 Thousands are homeless. At Ausgram 26 families are hiding in a jungle,” Ghosh, who is the leader of the opposition in the Bengal assembly, told the media in Delhi.  He was scheduled to meet Union home minister Amit Shah for the second consecutive day.  The BJP has been alleging for a long time that Rohingya refugees were given shelter by the Trinamool Congress government but the ruling party always denied such claims.
Adhikari said he will take part in the state-wide agitation that Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh announced on Tuesday after a meeting of state office bearers. “We will meet the President with our petition,” said Adhikari.