Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], December 16 (ANI): Former TMC Minister, Suvendu Adhikari on Wednesday wrote to West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar alleging “political vendetta” by the state authorities and sought his intervention in order that Police and administration are dissuaded from implicating him and associates in prison instances.
“I am constrained to seek your intervention as the constitutional head so that police and administration apparatus in the State is dissuaded from implicating me and my associate followers in criminal cases out of political vendetta,” Adhikari wrote to West Bengal Governor.
Stating that he had his profession spanning 25 years served the individuals in all positions, the previous TMC chief mentioned that the change in his political stance was spurring these in authority to be in “political vendetta mode” in opposition to him. He additional mentioned that such “sinister moves” are antithetical to the Constitution.
“Surely ‘political bonhomie’ with the ruling party or dispensation cannot be an essential prerequisite for enjoying liberty and human rights, as is the situation presently, ” he mentioned.
Replying to the letter, Governor Dhankhar mentioned that he will likely be “taking expected steps.””Suvendu Adhikari former minister @MamataOfficial has by way of representation sought my intervention so that police @WBPolice @KolkataPolice and administration are dissuaded from implicating him and associates in criminal cases out of political vendetta,” the Governor tweeted.
The All India Trinamool Congress chief, Suvendu Adhikari had resigned from the West Bengal Legislative Assembly immediately tendering his resignation to the Speaker. There are speculations that Adhikari is probably going to be a part of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) quickly. (ANI)