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Amit Shah Indirectly Trying To Impose Emergency In Bengal, Alleges TMC MP

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Kolkata: Mamata Banerjee-led party, Trinamool Congress accused Union Home Minister Amit Shah of “indirectly trying to impose emergency in Bengal… by terrorising IAS and IPS officers of the state”.

In a letter to the Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee has protested his ministry’s letter dated Friday asking the chief secretary of Bengal to release three Indian Police Service (IPS) officers for “central deputation”.

He claimed that JP Nadda was himself to blame for the stone-throwing at his convoy on December 10, alleging that the convoy had 50 motorcycles and 30 cars with BJP flags.

“All three officers were deployed on 10th December nearby at the place of occurrence. Your motive is very clear that by taking them, you want to create pressure upon the said three police officers,” Banerjee wrote.

The TMC MP also alleged that centre’s summons to Bengal’s top bureaucrat and police chief that have already been rebuffed smacked of a “political motive”.

“It appears that with a political motive and at the instance of your minister, who is a political person belonging to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), you have issued the said letter,” Banerjee said.

“You are trying to coerce the officers of the State of West Bengal with political vindictiveness. It appears also you are interfering with the federal structure embodied under the scheme of the constitution of India,” he added.

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