An attempt is being made to assassinate former Trinamool minister Shuvendu Adhikari. A few days ago, he heard such fears, ‘grandfather’s follower’. However, neither Shuvendu Adhikari nor any of his family members have lodged any complaint with the police. Amid such demands, Trinamool MLA Shuvendu Adhikari resigned from his post on Wednesday. And then he gave a letter to Governor Dhankhar.
What is written in the letter? After receiving the letter from Shuvendu, the governor posted it on his Twitter. In the letter, Shuvendu expressed concern that the state police was trying to frame him and his followers in a false case. Soon after his resignation, Shuvendu responded to such allegations in state politics. Chira Chopal is attacking the government in the state at every moment. Shuvendu complained to him? The noise is getting louder and louder. The governor himself posted the letter, saying, “Political revenge is trying to frame Shuvendu Adhikari and his followers in false cases.” Former Trinamool leader Shuvendu Adhikari has complained to him and asked for his intervention.
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However, a few days ago, Kanishka Panda, the general secretary of the district Trinamool Congress in Kanthi, who is known to be a follower of Shuvendu Adhikari, an activist of the Kanthi Three Panchayat Samiti, said, But as Shuvendu broke the net, an attempt was being made to kill him. We fear for his life. ‘ He said, ‘Trinamool leader Kunal Ghosh on one stage with Laxman Seth in Haldia, on the other hand Sushant Ghosh’s bail, as well as the language in which some Trinamool leaders attacked him, Shuvendu Adhikari is worried about security.
Suvendu Adhikari former minister @MamataOfficial has by way of representation sought my intervention so that police @WBPolice @KolkataPolice and administration are dissuaded from implicating him and associates in criminal cases out of political vendetta.
Taking expected steps. pic.twitter.com/NXwH914Eog
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) December 16, 2020
So we demand appropriate security. We have decided to go to the governor with that demand. Kanishka was then expelled from the grassroots. And then it is heard that as soon as Shuvendu leaves security in the state, he will be given central security. That preparation is practically ripe. And maybe Shuvendu wants to secure his security through this letter to the governor.