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One person cannot hold entire population to ransom: Calcutta High Court raps Mamata Banerjee govt for failing to arrest TMC goon Sheikh Shahjahan

“One person cannot hold entire population to ransom: Calcutta High Court raps Mamata Banerjee govt for failing to arrest TMC goon Sheikh Shahjahan”, Opindia, February 20, 2024:

“On Tuesday (20th February), the Calcutta High Court rapped the Mamata Banerjee-led-West Bengal government for failing to arrest ‘absconding’ Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Sheikh Shahjahan, responsible for the violence and unrest in Sandeshkhali village.

During the hearing, the court observed, “He (Sheikh Shahjahan) cannot be encouraged by State dispensation. There is a prima facie material to show he has done damage…”

“This person cannot be on the run. Obviously, there will be law and order problem. He is a public representative. He cannot be defying law. Let’s see whether he can appear before the Court,” it noted…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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