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Kolkata: TMC students' wing allegedly attacks BJP office after party leader's arrest

Kolkata: TMC students' wing allegedly attacks BJP office after party leader's arrest

Kolkata: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested Trinamool Congress leader and MP Sudip Bandhopadhaya on charges of his links with the multi-hundred crore Rose Valley Chit Fund scam.

Trinamool supremo and West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee has called for an emergency meeting on Sudip's arrest.

TMC would launch dharnas to protest against Sudip's arrest from tomorrow, she said, adding "politics can not be done by resorting to vendetta". "Around 15 of our party workers got injured in the incident", a BJP worker claimed. They should also be arrested.

Banerjee has said that she will protest against the arrest in Kolkata on Wednesday. Members of the TMC's student wing also attacked a BJP office in Kolkata to protest the arrest.

"Amit Shah, Narendra Modi should be arrested, PM Modi does not understand Indian politics".

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Meanwhile, NDTv reported that a BJP office in Kolkata was attacked Bandopadhyay's arrest.

Bandopadhyay, who was arrested this afternoon by CBI in connection with the Rose Valley scam, was taken to the airport on way to Bhubaneswar for his production in a court there.

"I just can't think that Sudip Bandyopadhyay, who is our party's leader in the Lok Sabha will be arrested". I openly challenge him to arrest me. Numerous opposition parties are scared to speak up against BJP policies but we will not keep mum.

"We will fight legal battle in every case", she said.

Several TMC leaders, including MPs, MLAs and Ministers rushed to CBI office to "express solidarity" with Bandyopadhyay. The TMC MP will be produced before a "competent court", the CBI official said. "We don't believe the CBI inquiry was a fall out of political vendetta", Bengal Pradesh Congress Committee president Adhir Ranjan Choudhury said. "From the day Mamata Banerjee held a joint press conference with Rahul Gandhi and other opposition leaders, a new wave of vendetta has been unleashed by Modiji", Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said.


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