Trinamool Congress calls on Governor to allege CBI-ED silent on BJP leaders
The party submitted a deputation before Jagdeep Dhankhar.
A delegation of Trinamool Congress leaders on Tuesday called on West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar to “bring to his notice” that Bharatiya Janata Party leaders were not being summoned by Central investigating agencies for their ongoing probes.
A delegation comprising minister Bratya Basu, senior leaders Kunal Ghosh, Tapas Roy, Saayoni Ghosh among others had a meeting at Raj Bhawan today when they alleged that the Central agencies like Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Enforcement Directorate (ED) were “silent” on BJP leaders against whom there were allegations. They submitted a deputation.
Yesterday, Trinamool Congress held agitations in Salt Lake outside the CGO complex – demanding arrest of BJP leader Suvendu Adhikary. The CGO complex in Salt Lake houses the Kolkata office of the CBI. Trinamool leaders demanded that the BJP Leader of Opposition be questioned for his alleged involvement in the Saradha chit fund scam. Trinamool Congress has been alleging that Suvendu Adhikary has not been called by the CBI for questioning in this connection though there is mention of his name in a letter purportedly written by Saradha chief Sudipto Sen.