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4 Jan 2017

Mamata challenges Modi to arrest her, Trinamool MLAs, MPs reach CBI office

EOI, Kolkata,  3 Jan 2017: Stung by the arrest of TMC MP Sudip Bandopadhyay, chief minister Mamata Banerjee today accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of using CBI, ED and Income Tax (I-T) department against those who raised voice against demonetisation and dared him to arrest her and all TMC MPs.
Mamata asserted that their protest against note ban would continue. "I just can't think that Sudip Bandopadhyay, who is our party's leader in the Lok Sabha will be arrested. I also have information that Modi wants to arrest many other TMC leaders like Abhishek Banerjee, Sovan Chatterjee (city mayor) and Firhad Hakim (minister)," the chief minister told newspersons immediately after Sudip's arrest by the CBI in connection with the alleged Rose Valley chit fund scam. "I am shocked, but not scared. Let him arrest all of us. I openly challenge him to arrest me. Let me see his guts. He may silence others, but not me. He can't suppress our voice. He can't bulldoze people's voice," she said and added: "We will fight legal battle in every case," she said.
Earlier, at a meeting in Medinipur the chief minister charged the Prime Minister with using CBI, ED and IT against persons who protested against demonetisation. The TMC supremo also convened an emergency meeting on Sudip's arrest to chalk out the party's action plan. TMC would launch dharnas to protest against Sudip's arrest from tomorrow, she said, adding "politics cannot be done by resorting to vendetta". She alleged that Bandopadhyay was arrested due to "pressure from the PMO" and asked "why should Narendra Modi and Amit Shah not be arrested", she questioned. "The party is behind Sudip. He has not done anything wrong. Even if he is in jail, the people of Bengal will keep him in their heart," she said.
Mamata also said that it was the duty of the Centre, the Sebi and the RBI to keep a check on ponzi schemes in which they have "failed completely". "I challenge Modi directly. You cannot do anything because Trinamool Congress is right and you are wrong. You cannot suppress the voice of the people. you have to withdraw restrictions (on withdrawal of cash)... Modi has no clue where this political vidictiveness will take him. We are not scared and will continue our demonstration against demonetisation," she said. Continuing her tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi on demonetisation, the chief minister today said the move has unleashed "economic terror" on the people of this country. Dubbing Modi-led BJP government's regime as 'Hallaraj' (one which only creates din), Mamata told a public meeting here the PM has let loose economic terror with his November 8 announcement to ban high value currency notes.
"Modiji has unleashed economic terror (arthonoitik santrash) by his 'notebandi' and left 10 crore people of the country unemployed," the Trinamool Congress supremo said at the function. Several Trinamool Congress MPs and MLAs reached the CBI office here today, hours after the arrest of Bandyopadhyay. However, only the MPs were allowed to go upstairs where the accused was kept after his arrest, TMC sources said. The MPs included Mukul Roy, Dinesh Trivedi, Derek O'Brien, Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar, Kalyan Banerjee, Saugata Roy, Subrata Bakshi and Dola Sen. The MLAs who accompanied the MPs were Partha Chatterjee, Firhad Hakim, Jyotipriya Mallick, Sabyasachi Dutta, Sujit Bose, Shashi Panja and a few others.
Earlier, Sudip's wife and MLA Nayna Bandyopadhyay came to the CBI office to meet him. TMC national spokesman Derek O'Brien said an emergency meeting of the party was held where it was decided that all its Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members will go to Delhi tomorrow and protest against the "financial emergency" and other "emergency" in the country.

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