Suvendu Adhikari warns cop: Don’t do anything to risk transfer to J&K | India News – Times of India


TAMLUK: Opposition leader in Bengal assembly Suvendu Adhikari on Monday told east Midnapore SP, Amarnath K, “not to do anything that will lead to you doing duty in Jammu &Kashmir’s Anantnag or Baramulla.”
“I have all call details and records of phone calls made from nephew’s (TMC leader Abhishek Banerjee) office to you. If you have the backing of the state government, I have the central government with me… Don’t think that BJP is weak,” he said from a makeshift dais built close to the SP’s office at Nimtouri.
His outburst came in the wake of east Midnapore police starting probe into complaints against him, including a tarpaulin theft case in which he has been accused of criminal conspiracy and a murder case involving his security guard in 2018. The murder case is now being investigated by CID. The state government has also moved the Calcutta HC against alleged irregularities at the Contai Cooperative Bank, of which Adhikari is the chairman. Issuing a call against “continuing torture of and slapping of false charges on BJP workers”, Adhikari also announced his intention to file a PIL in HC urging a CBI probe into the false cases. He announced a gathering of 1 lakh people in front of the SP’s office on August 9, in an attempt to build counter-pressure on the state government. In Kolkata, Bengal BJP’s Rahul Sinha was arrested for leading an agitation during pandemic. Party supporters were agitating against fake vaccination camps.





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