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Feb 05, 2019
6:28PM

BJP welcomes SC’s ruling on CBI-West Bengal govt standoff

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BJP welcomes SC’s ruling on CBI-West Bengal govt standoff saying that the verdict has put a check on autocracy of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. 


BJP has welcomed the Supreme Court’s ruling on CBI-West Bengal government standoff saying that the verdict has put a check on autocracy of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Talking to reporters in New Delhi, senior party leader and Union Minister Smriti Irani said, 20 lakh people who lost their money in the chit fund scam will today join the BJP  in showing their gratitude to the Apex Court for ensuring free and fair investigation in the matter. 

She said, the Court’s direction to the Kolkata Police Commissioner to appear before it in Shillong itself shows the deteriorated law and order situation in the state. Mrs. Irani also accused the Chief Minister of organising dharna to protect the corrupt.

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