The Supreme Court has begun its hearing in the CBI vs Mamata Banerjee case and the politics around it is hot as fire. The BJP has taken a toll over Bengal government by poking in with infamous Uri dialogue, ‘Howz the Kahuf’.
Mamata Banerjee wjo is popularly referred to as ‘didi’ in West Bengal has come under attack from the BJP which claimed that denial of permission for a helicopter landing reflected that she was ‘scared’ of Yogi.
On Sunday, after being denied landing permission, Adityanath had addressed his two rallies in Bengal on phone. During his telephonic address, he claimed the Mamata Banerjee government was afraid of the BJP “as it very well knows that its days in Bengal are numbered.”
He had also told the cadre in West Bengal to ‘democratically’ fight the ‘undemocratic’ Trinamool Congress government and promised to return to West Bengal soon.
Mohsin Raza, the UP government’s lone Muslim minister, tweaked a popular dialogue in the film Uri – a movie that is based on surgical strike carried by India on Pakistan under Modi government – asked Mamata Banerjee, “How is the ‘khauf’ (fear)”.
The public rally by Adityanath on Tuesday comes amid a full-blown face-off between West Bengal’s Mamata Banerjee government and the Centre that erupted on Sunday after a CBI team moved to arrest West Bengal Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar, which in turn detained five officials causing a high voltage drama.
Here is the whole CBI vs Mamata Matter:- What the Standoff Between Mamata & Modi Govt Means?
A team of five CBI officers, who went to arrest Rajeev Kumar at his residence in connection with Saradha chit fund scam, were not allowed to enter the police commissioner’s house. The CBI officers were detained by police in Kolkata and were later released.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee extended her support to Rajeev Kumar and started a sit-in protest, in what her Trinamool Congress party called a “coup” by the Modi government.
The whole fiasco in the Mamata vs Center case has fallen out on the shoulders of CBI, which at one time was a premier investigative agency but has no more credibility left after a lot of damage done to the goodwill and image last year in the Alok Verma’s case.
The CBI has alleged that Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar had destroyed ‘incriminating evidence’ in the matter related to the Saradha chit fund scam.
CBI affidavit says investigation was being done by SIT&crucial evidence such as laptops, mobile phones etc were handed over to the main accused in Saradha scam case by the investigating officer of WB police working under direct supervision of Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.
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