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Mamta versus CBI , Oppositions unite in support of TMC, BJP will visit EC

The debate started between the CBI and Mamta Banerjee is now taking the form of a big political dispute. The parties seem to be divided into two camps. While on one side, most opposition parties, including Congress, are in suppo…




The debate started between the CBI and Mamta Banerjee is now taking the form of a big political dispute. The parties seem to be divided into two camps. While on one side, most opposition parties, including Congress, are in support of the TMC, while BJP has supported the CBI's action. BJP leader and defense minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi and Bhupendra Yadav will meet the Election Commission on this dispute today.
The opposition parties have also signed a memorandum and decided to hand over it to the Election Commission. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and RJD leader Tasvishu Yadav can reach Kolkata in support of Mamta Banerjee, including many opposition leaders. Apart from this, the CBI has also decided to go to the Supreme Court on this matter. Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee, who is sitting on the dharna from Sunday evening, named her dharna as 'Save the Constitution'.
There are reports that the CBI believed to have detained the officers of their officers as obstructing the agency's action. The CBI will reach the Supreme Court with a petition to hinder the proceedings of the court. In this petition, the chief secretary of West Bengal, DGP and Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajiv Kumar have been accused of obstructing the investigation in the Chit Fund scam case on the directions of the court.
Apart from this, the CBI can also demand in another petition that the court order the Kolkata Police Commissioner to join the Chit Fund scam and assist in the investigation. On the other hand, Congress leader and senior lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi can appear in the court on behalf of the West Bengal Government.

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