Complaints Against 3 TMC Councilors Made To Mamata

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Kolkata: Two businessmen from Nepal have complained against three Trinamool Congress Councillors to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday over alleged extortions.

Two organizations from Nepal have sent an e-mail to Mamata Banerjee complaining against 3 TMC councilors, namely, Dipak Ghosh, Pratima Dhara and Chotelal Shaw, accusing them of extortion.

These two organizations from Nepal are involved in the business of consumable oils. They import oils from the international market to Kolkata. They used to bring the oil through tankers. In order to reduce huge expenditures, they started bringing the oil through railways. Goods from both the organizations are loaded in tankers from Budge Budge godown to the Majerhat station.

They have alleged that the Oil Tanker Organizations are creating obstacles in the transportation services. They have accused the three councilors behind this incident. They have also made written complaints to the district magistrate and superintendent of police of the South 24 Parganas. Two agents of the Nepal organizations had earlier gone to the court for solution. Dipankar Dutta, judge of HC, has ordered police protection. But post this, the oil tanker organization started threatening them. As a result, their business was suffering from losses.

Chief Justice Manjula Chellur had criticized the police of their role. She had summoned the police super of South 24 Parganas in this matter on Thursday at 10:30 am.

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