after resigning as Tmc mla suvendu adhikari fears political vendetta from mamata govt and police

After resigning as MLA on Wednesday, Trinamool rebel leader Shubhendu Adhikari is fearing that the Mamata government can now take revenge on him. Shubhendu has said after his resignation that he fears that after changing his political stance, the West Bengal police may now implicate him in fake and false criminal cases. The officer has written a letter to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar seeking help in this regard.

Governor Jagdeep Dhankar tweeted this letter. In this letter, Shubhendu Adhikari wrote, ‘I am constitutionally compelled to ask for help from the head of this state so that the police and administration of the state are prevented from implicating me and my associates in criminal cases with political reasons and feeling of vengeance. To go. ‘ The official said, “Because of my political attitude, now those people who are in the administration system can take revenge from me.”

In response to this letter, Governor Dhankar has assured them to cooperate.

Let us know that earlier the state’s Criminal Investigation Department had also filed a case against the BJP leader Mukul Roy of Bengal, who had quit the TMC in a murder case in 2019. He was booked under sections 302 (murder) and 120B (part of criminal conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code.

Shubhendu officials can join BJP

Let us tell that Shubhendu Adhikari, MLA from Nandigram constituency in East Medinipur district, resigned from the state cabinet last month and he was keeping distance from the party leadership for some time. He came to the state assembly on Wednesday evening and submitted his resignation to the secretary of the assembly. Shubhendu Adhikary helped Mamata Banerjee in the anti-land acquisition movement against the Left Front government in Nandigram in 2009 and the Trinamool Congress came to power in 2011. According to official sources, he is likely to resign from his party’s primary membership in one or two days and may join the BJP in the coming days.

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