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Bring Mamata under CBI probe into Narada, Saradha scams: CPI-M

Press Trust of India  |  Kolkata 

The CPI(M) today demanded that Chief Minister be brought under the purview of investigations into Narada and Saradha scams.

The party also demanded that the leaders, allegedly involved in Narada scam, be arrested immediately.



CPI(M) state secretary Surya Kanta Mishra voiced the demand at a rally organised by the party's North 24-Parganas district committee outside the office here in Salt Lake.

Mishra also observed that the should be proactive in the investigation into the scams.

"We demand that the should be more proactive. It should immediately arrest the TMC leaders involved in Narada and Saradha scam. The Chief Minister should also be brought under the purview of the investigations as it is her party leaders and state cabinet ministers who are found to be involved in it," Mishra said at the rally.

He said, "Now, the TMC is saying it was donation to the party fund. But when the (Narada) tapes first came out, it had said the tapes are fake and fabricated. That means they are now contradicting their own statements."

Mishra alleged that the "extending help" to the BJP to form government in Manipur was a glaring example of a "covert pact" between the two parties.

"We hope the political match-fixing between Didibhai (Mamata) and Modibhai will not have an impact on the investigation and the probe agency will be allowed to work freely," he said.

The Calcutta High Court had last week ordered a preliminary inquiry by the into the Narada sting operation in which several leaders were purportedly seen accepting money.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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The party also demanded that the leaders, allegedly involved in Narada scam, be arrested immediately.

CPI(M) state secretary Surya Kanta Mishra voiced the demand at a rally organised by the party's North 24-Parganas district committee outside the office here in Salt Lake.

Mishra also observed that the should be proactive in the investigation into the scams.

"We demand that the should be more proactive. It should immediately arrest the TMC leaders involved in Narada and Saradha scam. The Chief Minister should also be brought under the purview of the investigations as it is her party leaders and state cabinet ministers who are found to be involved in it," Mishra said at the rally.

He said, "Now, the TMC is saying it was donation to the party fund. But when the (Narada) tapes first came out, it had said the tapes are fake and fabricated. That means they are now contradicting their own statements."

Mishra alleged that the "extending help" to the BJP to form government in Manipur was a glaring example of a "covert pact" between the two parties.

"We hope the political match-fixing between Didibhai (Mamata) and Modibhai will not have an impact on the investigation and the probe agency will be allowed to work freely," he said.

The Calcutta High Court had last week ordered a preliminary inquiry by the into the Narada sting operation in which several leaders were purportedly seen accepting money.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Bring Mamata under CBI probe into Narada, Saradha scams: CPI-M

The CPI(M) today demanded that Chief Minister be brought under the purview of investigations into Narada and Saradha scams.

The party also demanded that the leaders, allegedly involved in Narada scam, be arrested immediately.

CPI(M) state secretary Surya Kanta Mishra voiced the demand at a rally organised by the party's North 24-Parganas district committee outside the office here in Salt Lake.

Mishra also observed that the should be proactive in the investigation into the scams.

"We demand that the should be more proactive. It should immediately arrest the TMC leaders involved in Narada and Saradha scam. The Chief Minister should also be brought under the purview of the investigations as it is her party leaders and state cabinet ministers who are found to be involved in it," Mishra said at the rally.

He said, "Now, the TMC is saying it was donation to the party fund. But when the (Narada) tapes first came out, it had said the tapes are fake and fabricated. That means they are now contradicting their own statements."

Mishra alleged that the "extending help" to the BJP to form government in Manipur was a glaring example of a "covert pact" between the two parties.

"We hope the political match-fixing between Didibhai (Mamata) and Modibhai will not have an impact on the investigation and the probe agency will be allowed to work freely," he said.

The Calcutta High Court had last week ordered a preliminary inquiry by the into the Narada sting operation in which several leaders were purportedly seen accepting money.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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