Alipurduar Court recently issued an arrest warrant for Nishith Pramanik. And with this instrument, Trinamour is launching a counterattack against the BJP camp ahead of the Panchayat elections. The topic of corruption in hiring is a hot topic in state politics. The opposition constantly attacks the rulers. And this time, the ruling Trinamool Party (TMC) is pitting the BJP in the same way. Similar posters are plastered in various locations around the town of Cooch Behar. The poster reads, “Catch the thief, fill the prison.” A photo of MP Nisit Pramanik is attached. Cooch Behar District Trinamool Congress, written below. Note that the Alipurdua court recently issued an arrest warrant for Nisith Pramanik. However, the case is long. In 2009, a lawsuit was filed against the stolen gold store. The incident involved the name of Nisit Pramanik. In light of the incident, Alipurduar’s court recently issued an arrest warrant for him. And with this instrument, Trinamour is launching a counterattack against the BJP camp ahead of the Panchayat elections.
Such placards throughout the town of Cooch Behar caused an uproar in the district’s political circles. A compulsory internship has started. Attacks take place at the Ghasphul and Padmaphul camps of Cooch Behar. Abhijit De Bhowmick, his Trinamool district chairman, said: Shame on the people of Cooch Behar. So I put up this poster all over the district to get rid of the sin of Nisit Pramanik. The court issued an arrest warrant. The minister should have gone to court and surrendered. But he doesn’t and runs away. he is not found That’s why we put up these posters all over the district.
However, the BJP faction fought back against the Trinamool faction over such posters. District BJP leader Minti Das Ishore says they are following us. Because they have no idea. Now they are plotting this conspiracy to slander our BJP name. but without success. No matter how many posters and banners are printed, the people of Cooch Behar understand. The previous Left Front government was also nothing like the Trinamour government.