FIR against Roopa Ganguly for controversial statement over West Bengal government


BJP Rajya Sabha MP Roopa Ganguly has been booked for their controversial statement against the West Bengal government on Sunday.

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On Saturday, the FIR was filed against Roopa at the Nimta police station under Barrackpore police commssionerate for their contentious comment that wives and daughters in Bengal cannot live for 15 days without getting sexually assaulted.

The complaint stated she believes “helpless” and her “simplicity was annoyed” by Ganguly’s comment.

“FIR was lodged against Roopa Ganguly for making controversial remark conducing public mischief, criminal intimidation and for indignation the humility of a woman. We are carrying out a investigation into the issue,” the police officer asserted.

Ganguly stated, “I dare all the parties, the ones who keep flattering the Bengal government and Trinamool Congress to send their daughters, wives, and sister-in-laws to Bengal without taking any hospitality from Mamata Banerjee. If they are able to survive for 15 days without getting raped, then tell me.”

On the other hand, Kolkata Police conducted an investigation against state BJP President Dilip Ghosh for bullying to set on fire West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjees home if the police made attempt to detain him under fake allegations.

As per Kolkata Police officer, a case was filed at Sinthee police station in West Bengal on Sunday by a Trinamool Congress leader against Ghosh for stating controversial remark at a public rally on Saturday in Kharagpur.

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“We have kicked off an investigation into the issue,” the officer said.