Banerjee, in her letter, asked the Opposition to come together and oppose the central government’s action to “suppress” the voice of the Opposition parties and to hold them accountable.
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has written a letter to the chief minister ruled by non-BJP leaders urging them to stand united against misuse of central agencies. The WB CM has accused BJP of misusing central agencies to target the opposition parties. She alleged political vendetta by the agencies.
Mamata Banerjee, in her letter, asked oppistion to come together against to oppose central government’s action to ‘suppress’ voice of opposition parties and to hold them accountable. “I am writing to you to express deep concern over direct attacks on this country’s institutional democracy by the ruling BJP. Central agencies such as the ED, CBI, Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)and the Income Tax Department are being used to target, harass and corner political opponents across the country for vendetta” Mamata Banerjee wrote.
“I request leaders of the opposition parties to join hands together to hold a meeting to deliberate on way forward at a place as per everyone’s convenience and suitability…Let us commit to the cause of a unified and principled Opposition that will make way for the government that our country deserves,” she added.
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