BJP Leaders Meet Amit Shah, Seek CBI Probe In Bengal MLA’s Death: The delegation was headed by the celebration’s common secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya.
BJP Leaders Meet Amit Shah, Seek CBI Probe In Bengal MLA’s Death
A delegation of BJP leaders met Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday demanding a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) inquiry into the alleged “cold-blooded homicide” of Debendra Nath Ray, a BJP MLA from West Bengal’s Hemtabad.
Debendra Nath Ray was discovered hanging at a market close to his home in Uttar Dinajpur on Monday. He had named two individuals in a purported suicide observe discovered with him, police mentioned. He was a CPI(M) chief earlier than he joined the BJP.
His household and a few BJP leaders have alleged it was a “cold-blooded homicide by the Trinamool Congress”, a cost the ruling celebration has denied.
The delegation was headed by the celebration’s common secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya. Union Minister Babul Supriyo, who’s from Bengal, Darjeeling MP Raju Bista and Rajya Sabha member Swapan Dasgupta have been additionally a part of the delegation.
BJP common secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya mentioned the BJP employees have been beneath assault in West Bengal they usually have urged the Dwelling Minister to order an inquiry into the dying of the MLA.
“Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is uncomfortable with BJP’s rise. There’s criminalisation of police and full breakdown of state equipment,” he instructed reporters after assembly Amit Shah.
Mr Vijayvargiya mentioned the Dwelling Minister has sought a report from Bengal police on the matter.
Babul Supriyo alleged that the post-mortem report of the MLA was “manufactured” and the police and the state residence secretary have been making totally different statements.
“We wish an impartial enquiry and therefore we met the President and now the Dwelling Minister for a CBI inquiry,” he mentioned.
The group earlier met President Ram Nath Kovind and sought a CBI inquiry and demanded dismissal of the Trinamool Congress authorities in West Bengal.