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Suvendu writes to Amit Shah & Bengal Guv for deployment of central forces


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Kolkata: Leader of Opposition in the West Bengal Assembly Suvendu Adhikari has written to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and State Governor La Ganesan requesting them to urgently deploy Central Forces in the wake of Mominpur violence and ransacking of Ekbalpur

Police Station in south Kolkata before the law and order situation went out of hand.

Adhikari wrote hours after alleged violent clashes broke out at the Mominpur area on Sunday.

People pelted with stones and vandalised vehicles and a large crowd had surrounded the Ekbalpur Police station in the locality.

However, there was no government statement on this alleged violence so far.

” Ekbalpur Police Station seems to be captured by hooligans. Mamata Police have abandoned the Station for the time being, out of fear. CP ( Commissioner of Police) is not up to the task, please

seek CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) deployment H M O India. kindly intervene.” the

Nandigram legislator wrote to Union Home minister Amit Shah.

Unconfirmed sources said many people have been detained for interrogation.

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