I am a man, CBI-ED can’t even touch me: TMC leader Shubhendu takes a dig at Adhikari; Shubhendu told the lady officer- don’t touch my body

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A video of TMC leader Idris Ali is going viral on social media. In this, he is seen wearing a white kurta. It is written on the kurta, I am a man, so agencies like CBI and ED cannot even touch me. Idris targeted BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari without naming him.

In fact, West Bengal Leader of Opposition Shubhendu Adhikari had accused a woman policeman of assault during the Nabanna Chalo rally. Videos of this also surfaced. When the woman policeman tried to detain him, the BJP leaders were enraged. He said ‘don’t touch me, you are a woman. Don’t touch my body, call your male colleagues.’

BJP’s model with 56-inch chest busted: TMC
TMC fiercely surrounded Shubhendu Adhikari on this issue. TMC wrote on its Twitter account, BJP’s 56 inch chest model has been busted today. After this, party MP Locket Chatterjee posted a video on social media, in which Shubhendu was saying that I see Maa Durga in the eyes of every woman.

BJP’s march against corruption
The BJP had announced a state-wide agitation against the Mamata Banerjee government on the issue of corruption and law and order. It has been named Secretariat Chalo March (Nabanna Chalo March). For this, BJP workers and leaders from different districts of West Bengal were reaching Kolkata by train and buses two days ago.

The police showed strictness against the demonstration. Police started detaining BJP workers in different districts itself. Not only this, the workers coming by train and buses were detained by the police at the railway station and bus terminal itself. There was also opposition to this action of the police.

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BJP’s Nabanna Chalo march turned violent in Bengal, Shubhendu Adhikari said to the female officer – don’t touch my body

The BJP’s Nabanna Chalo march against the Mamata Banerjee government turned violent on Tuesday in Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal. Violent clashes broke out between BJP workers and police across the state. Protesters torched a police vehicle in Kolkata’s Lal Bazar area. During this, the protesters also pelted stones fiercely. Read full news…

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