- CRPF letter to West Bengal police after attack on JP Nadda’s convoy
- The CRPF seeks full vigilance and support during Shah’s visit
- JP shares details of the attack on Nadda’s convoy on December 9 and 10
- Amit Shah will visit all areas of West Bengal on December 19 and 20
Central agencies have advised West Bengal police following the attack on BJP president JP Nadda’s convoy at Diamond Harbor in West Bengal. Ahead of Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to West Bengal on December 19 and 20, the CRPF wrote a letter to the West Bengal Police sharing details of the attack on Nadda’s convoy. Taking a lesson from the mistakes, the CRPF has asked the West Bengal Police to remain fully vigilant and support Shah’s visit.
A letter written by the CRPF to the West Bengal Police asking them to provide adequate security during Amit Shah’s visit. Apart from this, it was also said that there was no strict security at the time when JP Nadda’s convoy was not attacked. The letter shared various details regarding the attack on JP Nadda’s convoy on December 9 and 10.
On November 10, Nadda’s convoy was attacked
Importantly, alleged TMC activists pelted stones at Nadda’s convoy at Sirakol in the Diamond Harbor area of West Bengal on November 10, while he was on his way to address a rally there. BJP sources claimed that several BJP leaders, including Kailash Vijayvargiya, were injured.
Prosecution of three IPS officers
Following last week’s attack on BJP national president JP Nadda’s convoy, the Center had directed three IPS officers to come on central deputation for negligence in duty. The order gave central deputation to Indian Police Service officers Bholanath Pandey, Rajiv Mishra and Praveen Tripathi, which also led to differences between the Mamata Banerjee government and the Center.
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