On a recent meet with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Suvendu Adhikari handed him a list of 100 TMC leaders alleged involvement in Bengal school scam. The talks were held between both on expedient matters involving current political involvement in the scams.
BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari also suggested Amit Shah to implement the citizenship law CAA at the earliest. Shah assured him that rules relating to CAA will be framed after the Covid precaution dose vaccination exercise is over.
While directing Amit Shah’s attention on important matter, he suggested that the matters involving the Bengal school scam in which Parth Chatterjee was arrested also have many names coming in the light.
Adhikari sought the action of wider probe into this matter since the issue involves the infringement of public money.
He later tweeted the highlights of meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, that “it’s an honour for me to meet Amit Shah for 45 minutes at his office in Parliament. I briefed him how WB Govt is completely mired in corrupt activities such as the teachers recruitment scam. Also, requested him to implement CAA at the earliest.”
Adhikari expressed abhorrence for the people who had selectively critiqued the Citizenship (Amendment) Act in the name of anti-muslim act. The implementation however, has become necessary to bring the light on the objective that is in the favor of the nation’s integrity and people.
The Act was passed by Parliament on December 11, 2019 and immediately caught fire of rumor that the Act is a malice for Muslim community residing in India. Apparently, the Act specializes as a bridge to grant citizenship to the minorities persecuted in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan. The Act is brought after many reasoned meetings on persecution going on Hindus for more than seven decades.
While speaking to reporters, he also mentioned the involvement of Mamta Banerjee in the recruitment scam since the scam carries value and brings a presumption of Mamta Banerjee’s involvement in the scam.