Attack on JP Nadda's convoy: West Bengal Chief Secy, DGP snub Union Home Secy's summons; TMC flays MHA move

Attack on JP Nadda’s convoy: West Bengal Chief Secy, DGP snub Union Home Secy’s summons; TMC flays MHA move

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyapadhyay on Friday (December 11) wrote a letter to Union Home Secretary that he and DGP must be spared from attending the assembly as they had been summoned to Delhi on December 14. The state CS’s letter mentions that the state made all preparations for JP Nadda’s safety throughout his go to. 

It talked about that additional autos had been tagged to the convoy and resulted in that state of affairs. The CS additional writes, “to kindly dispense with the presence of the state officials in the meeting, considering that the state govt is already addressing the issue with utmost seriousness.”

The prime bureaucrat knowledgeable the house ministry that the state authorities is already addressing the difficulty (assault on Nadda’s convoy) with “utmost seriousness”, and mentioned that three circumstances have been filed for the assault and 7 individuals have been arrested.

The Union Home Ministry has summoned West Bengal’s chief secretary and police chief on December 14 for a proof on the legislation and order state of affairs within the state, following Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar’s report on the assault on Nadda’s convoy at Diamond Harbour. 

The assault, which the BJP alleges was by TMC supporters, happened when the BJP chief was heading out to attend a rally on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the TMC hit out on the union residence ministry for summoning West Bengal chief secretary and police chief over the assault on BJP president J P Nadda’s convoy and accused the saffron celebration of making an attempt to create a state of affairs the place the Centre can intrude in issues associated to states.

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Senior TMC MPs Saugata Roy and Kalyan Banerjee alleged that Nadda’s convoy had “convicted criminals and goons” who carried weapons with the malafide intention of instigating violence whereas addressing a press convention.

Kalyan Banerjee mentioned, “What the central government is doing by sending a letter (seeking report) from the state government is unconstitutional. The MHA summoning the chief secretary and DGP is unacceptable. “The BJP and the central authorities are attempting to create a state of affairs the place they’ll intrude with the federal construction.” 

The TMC chief mentioned that provocative speeches by BJP state president Dilip Ghosh are resulting in a “vicious” state of affairs, and claimed that Nadda was accompanied by “convicted criminals and armed men belonging to the BJP”.

On Thursday, Nadda’s cavalcade was allegedly attacked by TMC supporters, who threw stones and rained lathi blows on autos and BJP employees accompanying him. Several BJP leaders together with basic secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya had been injured within the assault.

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