If TMC Goons Can Attack a Union Minister’s House Like This, Then God Bless West Bengal

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Updated on 2 Sep, 2017 at 5:04 pm

A day after Trinamool Congress MP Sudip Bandyapadhyay was arrested by the CBI for his alleged complicity in the Rose Valley chit fund scam, Trinamool Congress cadres allegedly attacked Union Minister Babul Supriyo’s house in Kolkata.

Supporters of Trinamool Congress held a violent demonstration outside the main gate of Supriyo’s house in Central Kolkata’s Kailash Bose Street, where his parents reside.

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When they were prevented from entering the house, the party supporters even clashed with the police.

The Union Minister tweeted:


Despite barricades and guard rails outside the main gate of the building, the Trinamool Congress supporters outnumbered the police officials present there. Party supporters were seen pushing the guard rails and trying to enter the building and raising slogans.

He added, “Didi is saying that she has enough evidence about my involvement in the Rose Valley Scam. I am requesting her to provide all documents to the CBI. Now, they are targeting me and Trinamool Congress party supporters have attacked my house. What are the police doing there? Aren’t they responsible for providing security to all those residing in that building including my parents.”


Actor Tapas Paul, who was arrested last week for alleged involvement in the Rose Valley chit fund case, has blamed BJP’s Babul Supriyo for his arrest, drawing threats of legal action from the Union minister.

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The actor has said Mr Supriyo had taken favours from the Rose Valley Group — an allegation his party chief, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, also made after his arrest.