Mamata Hits Out At BJP Over Heckling Of Party Members


Kolkata: Chief Minister said that a super emergency is on in the country, over the issue of the detention and heckling of TMC members at Silchar airport in Assam.

Mamata Banerjee accused the BJP government of hiding details and information leading to the heckling of members of her party. According to her, despite home minister Rajnath Singh’s assurance, TMC MPs, MLAs and ministers were manhandled.

Banerjee also questioned over the alleged heckling of her party members. She doubted over the behaviour being meted out to those excluded from the draft NRC list in Assam.

Mamata also said that she cannot be suppressed no matter how many FIRs are lodged against her. She said that she cannot be taken away from among the people.

Three cases were filed against Mamata Banerjee over the National Register Of Citizen issue in three police stations of Assam, said police DGP Kuladhar Saikia.

Mamata Banerjee spoke since the declaration of National Registers Of Citizen. Kolkata to Delhi almost everywhere she came out with protest.

Allegedly, she made provocative comment on NRC. So the FIR was lodged against her.
Based on the FIR, three cases have been filed against Banerjee.

DGP pf police said, three police stations are Panbazar, Bashistha, North Lakhsmipur. The first one at north Lakhsmipur. IPC 120B, 153A, 294 and 506 have been followed in the case.