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Sandeshkhali protests: Supreme Court listens to Sibal and Singhvi, stays Lok Sabha panel proceedings against Bengal officials over injury to MP Sukanta Majumder

“SC stays House panel notice to Bengal officials over Sandeshkhali violence”, Indian Express, February 19, 2024:

“The Supreme Court on Monday stayed further proceedings on a notice issued by the Lok Sabha Privileges Committee to West Bengal officials, including the Chief Secretary and Director General of Police, to appear before it on a complaint filed by BJP MP Sukanta Majumdar over alleged “misconduct, brutality and life-threatening injuries” to him.

Majumdar had complained to the parliamentary committee about a breach of privilege as an MP after he was allegedly injured last week during protests in Sandeshkhali, where leaders of the ruling Trinamool Congress have been accused of sexually assaulting women villagers.

The committee has summoned West Bengal Chief Secretary Bhagwati Prasad Gopalika, DGP Rajeev Kumar, North 24 Parganas District Magistrate Sharad Kumar Dwivedi, Basirhat SP Hossain Mehdi Rehman, and Additional SP Partha Ghosh to appear before it on February 19…..”

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