On October 29, 2020, the BJP called a 12-hour bandh and protested against a party worker's death in West Bengal's Bagnan assembly constituency.
The party was not allowed by the police to organize a peace march that was scheduled towards Majhi's house. So, BJP workers surrounded the local police station, burnt tires, and raised slogans against the TMC. The protesters were dispersed by the Rapid Action Force (RAF) and combat forces. The state BJP's Yuva Morcha President and the Bishnupur MP Saumitra Khan went inside the Bagnan police station to discuss the situation. Khan and others were allowed by the police to visit Majhi's house. Rana Mukherjee, additional superintendent of Howrah (rural) police, said, "There has been no effect of the bandh. Police will take action if anyone tries to disrupt public life, violate the law, and break COVID-19 restrictions.''