Mamata Banerjee’s difficulties will increase in the Narada sting case, CBI also made Chief Minister a party

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Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is going to face difficulties in the Narda String Operation case, as the CBI also asked the Chief Minister in a petition seeking transfer of the case outside West Bengal. Party. The CBI has also named Law Minister Moloy Ghatak and TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee in the petition.

CBI arrested in Narada sting operation case

Explain that in the case of the Narada Sting Operation, the CBI arrested the former leader of the party along with two Trinamool Congress ministers and an MLA on Monday. In protest, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee sat on a dharna in the CBI office for six hours, while her supporters surrounded the campus. Violent demonstrations took place in many places of the state against the action of the central agency.

Calcutta High Court has stopped the bail

The CBI special court on Monday granted bail to TMC leader Firhad Hakim, Subrata Mukherjee, MLA Madan Mitra, former TMC leader and former Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee, but the Calcutta High Court soon granted He stopped the implementation of the order of the lower court.

What is the Narda Sting Case?

In 2014, a Bengal journalist had done a sting operation of a total of 12 TMC leaders. These included 7 MPs at that time, 4 ministers from the Mamata Banerjee government and one MLA from the TMC. It is alleged that all these leaders were caught taking a bribe of Rs 5-5 lakh in the Sting Operation. These tapes were made public just before the West Bengal assembly elections in the year 2016. The Calcutta High Court had ordered a CBI inquiry into the matter in March 2017.


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