Suvendu Adhikari is ‘hiring, harbouring criminals’ in Nandigram, TMC tells Election Fee | India Information
New Delhi: The Trinamool Congress (TMC) has alleged Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) chief Suvendu Adhikari of “hiring and harbouring criminals” in Nandigram. Adhikari will contest towards West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee within the Nandigram constituency.
In a letter to the Election Fee (EC), the TMC Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’ Brien has accused Adhikari of visiting one of many 4 areas the place he’s allegedly “harbouring criminals”.
“It has come to our information that Suvendu Adhikari, the candidate fielded by BJP in Nandigram has been harbouring criminals, who’re non-residents of Nandigram,” PTI quoted TMC’s letter.
The letter additionally claimed that no motion has been taken by the native police and sought direct intervention of the EC into the matter.
“We request you to right away intervene and direct vital steps to be taken by police to forthwith apprehend all the surface anti-social components employed and harboured by Suvendu Adhikari.”
In the meantime, throughout her election rally on Sunday, West Bengal CM had mentioned she has heard rumours the Adhikari family had constructed an empire value Rs 5,000 crore. She declared that if her get together comes again to energy within the state, they’ll examine the matter.
West Bengal Meeting elections will happen in eight phases starting from March 27. The excessive profile constituency of Nandigram will go to ballot on April 1. The counting of votes will likely be finished on Could 2.