West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday hit out on the Middle over the Enforcement Directorate (ED) summons to Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut in an alleged cash laundering case. He stated, “I have heard that a Shiv Sena leader in Maharashtra has received a summon from the ED today. I have heard that efforts are being made to attach his property also. This is a strategy of the BJP. Want to harass the leader or bring down the state government.”
In his tackle at a authorities perform in Burdwan, he stated, “This is being done everywhere. CBI and ED will trouble you if you speak the truth. The country or life cannot progress like this. Why everyone like this.” Threatened?”
On the other hand, Leader of Opposition in the Assembly Suvendu Adhikari cited Maharashtra in threatening to topple the West Bengal government by 2024 at a rally in Cooch Behar district.
He said, it has started from Maharashtra. Now through Rajasthan and Jharkhand, we will reach West Bengal and by 2024 we will end the state government here. All the four states are currently ruled by opposition parties.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also targeted the central government over the Agneepath scheme of defense recruitment.
“After going via a coaching interval of six months, one can be appointed for under 4 years. What’s going to these children do after that? How can one afford his life by incomes simply 4 years?”
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