Bengal Police raids BJP leader’s house in Nandigram


Amid the controversy over TMC Minister Akhil Giri’s derogatory remark on the President of India, Bengal police raided the BJP leader Meghnath Paul’s residence in Nandigram late at night on Saturday.

The raids were carried out in connection with the November 10 event in Nandigram, where the political stage of the ruling TMC was vandalised and set on fire allegedly by the leaders of the opposition parties.

Following the incident, an FIR was lodged against 21 opposition leaders, including Meghnath Paul and Subhendu Adhikari, for creating a ruckus. However, the BJP has accused West Bengal Prime Minister Mamata Banerjee of pursuing a policy of retaliation.

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