West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh reacted on his remark claiming that violent anti-CAA protesters were shot like dogs which steered a controversy and later two FIRs were lodged against him by TMC. He said that the TMC feels threatened by BJP and that is why they are doing this. On being asked that BJP leaders are also condemning his statement, he said that the BJP party is united. Ghosh had on Sunday sparked controversy by threatening to shoot down those who damaged public property in the state. "Uttar Pradesh government had not only booked such people but also lathi-charged and shot them. Similarly, we will also shoot, lathi-charge and book whoever destroys public property in the state," Ghosh said addressing a public gathering in Nadia.