Siliguri: Amid ongoing tensions over the violence in West Bengal, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Jayanta Kumar Roy was allegedly attacked with 'bamboo and sticks' in West Bengal's Siliguri on Friday. The MP alleged that the attack was carried out by 'Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons'. Kumar was rushed to North Bengal Medical College and Hospital, Siliguri and his condition is stable, according to the doctors."Around 5 pm today, I was attacked by TMC goons. They attacked me with bamboo sticks on my head and arms. Few others who were with me were also attacked. There is no rule of law in West Bengal," Roy, the Member of Parliament from Jalpaiguri said, news agency ANI quoted. According to his statement, the MP was attacked 'on the head and suffered a blow on the abdomen. "His condition is stable, no obvious injuries visible," Dr AN Sarkar, Head of Dept-Surgery, North Bengal Medical College and Hospital, Siliguri said.Siliguri | Around 5pm today, I was attacked by TMC goons. They attacked me with bamboo sticks on my head & arms. Few others who were with me were also attacked. There is no rule of law in West Bengal: Dr. Jayanta Kumar Roy, MP Jalpaiguri#WestBengal pic.twitter.com/QOEXVa09uFAccording to local media reports, Roy was returning after meeting victims of the ongoing violence in West Bengal. He was accompanied by members of the party when the alleged attack took place.According to a report by Zee News, the TMC has rubbished the allegations levelled by Roy and claimed that the attack is a result of an internal divide within the BJP.This is the latest in the series of incidents of violence in the state that has been virtually burning since May 2, when the results for Assembly polls were declared. While the BJP has blamed the TMC for the unrest and 'lawlessness' in West Bengal, the TMC has refuted the claims and blamed the BJP in turn.