The division bench of Calcutta High Court on Friday directed the state chief secretary, home secretary and director general of police to sit with three BJP leaders by December 12 and decide on the rallies.
The leaders were booked under sections 143 (unlawful assembly), 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 189 (Threat if injury to public servant), 506 (criminal intimidation) and under section 32 of the Police Act, an official said.
While the officials had declared Tuberculosis (TB) as the cause of the seven deaths, the Right to Food Campaign report, which was released in November, said that TB as a disease is intrinsically related to malnutrition.
The incident took Friday evening when the BJP workers were heading to Cooch Behar from where the party’s first ‘rath yatra’ was supposed to start. After the Calcutta High Court denied permission, police officers stopped the buses carrying the BJP workers.
Animesh Kumar Das, Manager of Security and Loss Prevention at JIO Info, had lodged a complaint with Bidhannagar cyber police on August 16 in which he had alleged that many people were being contacted over phone for installation of JIO towers on their premises.