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Trinamool Govt. in West Bengal many not last six months: Suvendu

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Trinamool Govt. in West Bengal many not last six months: Suvendu

Suvendu Adhikari BJP

Suvendu Adhikari, the head of the opposition in West Bengal, predicted on Thursday that the Trinamool Congress, currently in power, wouldn’t continue even for the next six months.

His comments followed the installation of posters by the ruling party promising the arrival of a “new and reformed TMC” within the next six months.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate are carrying out their duties. December is their deadline; this party (TMC) won’t endure even that long,” claimed LoP Suvendu Adhikari in Purba Medinipur.

Adhikari made reference to recent raids against people associated with the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC.

Anubrata Mondal, a close friend of chief minister Banerjee, has been placed in CBI custody until August 20.

On September 21, 2020, the CBI detained a former Border Security Force (BSF) Commandant in connection with a case of illicit livestock smuggling across the border between India and Bangladesh, in which Monday’s name surfaced.

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Partha Chatterjee, a former West Bengal minister, and his close friend Arpita Mukherjee were detained in connection with the School Service Commission (SSC) recruitment scam case and placed in judicial custody until today (Thursday).

Three apartments in West Bengal’s Diamond City were among the numerous disproportionate assets that the ED claimed to have discovered following Partha Chatterjee’s detention.

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