Massive embarrassment for Mamata Banerjee as the Supreme Court says “Will come down so heavily, you will regret it” to Kolkata Police Chief

The West Bengal Chief Minister has faced a major setback in its dirty trick to shield the corrupts. In a major embarrassment, the Supreme Court has given a warning to the Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar and said not to mess up with the evidence.

The Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said “If Kolkata Police Commissioner even remotely thinks of destroying evidence, bring the material before this court. We will come down so heavily on him that he will regret”.

The Kolkata police chief Rajeev Kumar is absconding since days after the CBI was likely to arrest him in the multi-crore Saradha and Rose Valley Ponzi scams for going slow or diluting the SIT probe in multi-crore. But when the CBI officers reached Kolkata to nab him, to everyone’s shock, the West Bengal police arrested the CBI officers. This was directly contempt of court as the CBI officers were doing in on orders of the Supreme Court.

Later on to cover-up her contempt of court, Mamata Banerjee sat on a dharna and she garnered the support of all the other stakeholders in the grand alliance. The CBI challenged this move of dictator Mamata Banerjee of blocking the CBI officers and now the judges will hear the CBI petition on 5 February.

Slamming the close aide of Mamata Banerjee, CBI’s Interim Director Nageswara Rao said that “There is evidence against him (Rajeev Kumar), he has been instrumental in causing the destruction of this evidence and obstructing justice”.

This anarchy is happening while Mamata Banerjee is ruling just a single state named West Bengal. Imagine what will happen if the grand alliance comes to power and rules India after the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Currently, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) goons have created a ruckus in the West Bengal state and are attacking the BJP Karyakarthas and their offices, just because the Modi government is in the hunt to nab the corrupts nurtured by Mamata Banerjee.

Hansika Raj