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China's dog, Pakistan's friend CPI-M: Brinda Karat's lies against Indian PM
Dibyendu Roy
China's dog, Pakistan's friend CPI-M: Brinda Karat's lies against Indian PM
PHOTO : Barking Brinda against PM Modi and CPI-M's booklet with false propaganda to malign PM

Once again the Communist Party of India has raised its anti-national fang with charges for spreading anti-national propaganda, after CPI-M party released a book ahead of Election to fight back BJP.

But Anti-National CPI-M leader Brinda Karat has written in this book that Indian Prime Minister Office has direct connection with Terrorists, which has put CPI-M under own trap for extremist talks.

However, the CPI-M leader's writing raised the finger against IPFT's link with PMO just because IPFT had placed a deputation to PMO, but IPFT is a political party and so what exactly CPI-M wanted to say it's not clear.

Addressing a press meet, BJP State President Biplab Deb said, "India is a democratic country but it doesn't give any license to political parties to spread anti-national poisons. No political party could dare till day to make such remark that Indian Prime  Minister's office has direct link with terrorists. The sealing of the book is urgently needed and what BJP will politically and officially do it will come later. Both the writer Brinda Karat and the publisher Haripada Das must be arrested right now".

Tripura Opposition MLA Ratan Lal Nath has raised question if somebody calls Chief Minister Manik Sarkar a thief without proof will it be accepted ? "If Manik Sarkar can't be called a thief without proof, then how without proof, Brinda Karat said PMO has links with terrorists ?", said Ratan Lal Nath. On Tuesday BJP had triggered a controversy, demanding banning of CPI-M's book where Brinda Karat has claimed that PMO is directly linked by Terrorists. MLA Ratan Lal Nath said, "How dare her to talk against Prime Minister of India ? India is a federal country and at least everyone should give a minimum respect to the Prime Minister of India".  

"Such an anti-national book can not be allowed to distributed in the state. We demand immediate ban of the book. After talking to Governor Tathagata Roy, BJP will go for further protests. It's very urgent that the anti-national writer should be arrested right now and the publisher too", added Nath. 

The BJP leader also stretched Tripura CM Manik Sarkar's speech at Northeast Summit-2016's Sep 23, when he said, "India Govt is doing Dadagiri (Big-brotherly attitude) over neighboring countries".

"Enough is enough, earlier also CPI-M spread thousands of anti-national propaganda. It can not be tolerated anymore", added Ratan Lal Nath.

"It's a matter of security that the writer must be arrested. She (Brinda Karat) has to tell who are the terrorists, which links they found, before writing like this", said Nath to media.

CPI-M party released a book ahead of Election to fight back BJP. But National CPI-M leader Brinda Karat has written in this book that Indian Prime Minister Office has direct connection with Terrorists, which has put CPI-M under own trap for extremist talks. However, the CPI-M leader's writing raised the finger against IPFT's link with PMO just because IPFT had placed a deputation to PMO, but IPFT is a political party and so what exactly CPI-M wanted to say it's not clear. 

The mocking of Ratan Lal was targeted as he was condemned by Manik Sarakr's in-laws home after Ratan Lal Nath connected them with chit fund owner.

Tripura’s opposition MLA Ratan Lal Nath alleged that there were atleast 138 chit fund companies spread their umbrellas in Tripura as per the Govt’s record, but surprisingly Manik Sarkar and his Ministers have kept the issue hidden and ended with 75 to 78 chit fund companies identificantions. Addressing a press meet, Ratan Lal Nath said, “Till day SIT could not clearly say how many chit fund companies had taken shelter in Tripura. Sometimes they had assumed the number as 75 and sometimes it was increased at 78, but there were at least 138 chit fund companies looted the public. But till day the Govt here couldn’t release the actual data. What’s the reason behind it?”

“Even though this is not my duty as I am not the investigating officer but still if you check in 2010 total 22 cases were filed against chit fund, whereas in 2011 the number of cases registered were 9, in 2012 it was 10 and in 2013 -74, 2014- 20, 2015 – 3 cases, in total 138 cases were registered which looted", he said. 

"Only according to the 2014 the chit fund had looted Rs. 1172 crores whereas atleast Rs. 35,000 crores were totally looted by the companies. But neither the accurate number has been given by the Tripura Govt, not they gave the accurate number of cases registered under various police stations of Tripura against chit fund”, Nath told media.

“Out of 78 cases undertaken by SIT only 18 chargesheetes were submitted in the court and whether any investigation is going on or not nobody knows”, said the MLA.

MLA Ratan Lal Nath on Friday told press that Chief Minister Manik Sarkar who promised on May 13, 2013 at 5.50 PM in the Assembly that it is Govt's duty to return the chit fund depositors invests, has proven as a total lie.

"Nothing will be given to public, because he has no intention. Moreover, planwise saving the Jiban Sambriddhi Chit fund owners like Ratan Chowdhury who looting Tripura's money built a flat Dum Dum was a totally misusing of public trust", said Nath.

"Till day Tripura Govt could not identify that how many chit fund companies had looted Tripura depositors, what is the total amount..........!", said Nath.

"There were at least 35,000 crores looted of Chit Fund companies, but State Govt could not identify the amount", said Nath to media.

 

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