“This is an attempt to destroy my goodwill with lies. If any allegations are proved correct, I will quit politics. Else Mukul Roy should leave the state,” Banerjee said inside the court
The notice, which was sent to the BJP’s West Bengal unit headquarters in Kolkata, demanded that Mukul Roy desist from making or circulating any defamatory comment.
“This is an open and shut case of corruption and quid pro quo…and therefore, she (Mamata) has lost her moral right to rule and she has to give convincing answers, otherwise she has to resign,” Javadekar said
Abhishek had claimed that Bose, during a news conference, had made a defamatory allegation against him with regard to primary Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) examination.
Abhishek, who is Mamata’s nephew, was speaking at a public meeting in Belpahari in West Midnapore — the heart of Junglemahal region that was once Maoist-dominated.
Lashing out at the TMC for bringing in an “unofficial Emergency” in WB, the BJP leadership on Friday equated the functioning of Indira Gandhi and her son Sanjay Gandhi with Mamata Banerjee and her nephew Abhishek.
Abhishek Banerjee stirred a new controversy by saying that those who dared to challenge the TMC administration will have their eyes gouged out and their hands chopped off.
The party in power at the Centre promised “achhe din” (good days). What have we got? U-turns.” said Banerjee.
Top TMC leaders talk of partymen having to stand up before Abhishek in a show of respect at rallies. Shielded by Mamata men, he is inaccessible to the media.
Expressing solidarity with party MP Mukul Roy, Kabir accused Mamata, who is also the TMC supremo, of indulging in nepotism.
Abhishek says people with no knowledge of Bengal claiming to change political scenario.
When agitation began, he had asked students — Mod, ganja choros bondho, tai ki protibad er gondho?
The meet was attended by Arun Jaitley, BJP national secretary Siddarth Nath Singh and state president Rahul Sinha.
According to the police, the youth had links with “Hindu rightist organisations”.
“Ours will be a political response,’’ says TMC spokesperson Subrata Mukherjee.