Tripura: BJP demands CPI(M) Leader Brinda Karat’s Arrest

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Story highlights

  • The BJP Tripura demands the arrest of CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat
  • Left party’s state committee leader Haripada Das is also involved, says BJP
  • Both the leaders are accused of implicating PM in a booklet

The Tripura fragment of Bhartiya Janta Party has accused CPI(M)’s leader Brinda Karat of allegedly being involved in implicating Prime Minister Narendra Modi via a booklet. This led to the demand for her arrest along with the state committee leader Haripada Das, as he is also allegedly involved in this.

PMO keeps contact with the terrorist groups of NE

The CPI(M) leader of Tripura, Brinda Karat is recently facing trouble created by the state fragment of BJP that accused her of allegedly being involved in implicating PM Modi’s office of having connections with the terrorist groups of the Northeastern states in a booklet.

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Along with her the state committee leader Haripada Das also involved in the matter says BJP making such allegations and the party also demands their immediate arrest.

However, the Communist party rejected the allegations and called them “absurd and baseless”.

For the matter, a delegation of the BJP led by state party president Biplab Kumar Deb met Governor Tathagata Roy this evening and sought his intervention.

The booklet is an “evidence” that the CPI(M) resorted to “anti-national” steps to malign the PMO, Deb said at a press conference.

He also demanded action against the author and the publisher of the booklet as per constitutional provisions. Deb also sought an immediate ban on the booklet and seizure of its copies.

“A campaign booklet published by Haripada Das on behalf of the CPI(M) state committee mentioned that there was direct contact of terrorist groups with the PMO. The words were included in the introduction section of the booklet, which was authored by politburo member Brinda Karat,” Deb said.

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