Lessons not learned from Bengal

In any state, when the action of the central agencies takes place before an election, it is definitely with the approval of the central leadership. That’s why BJP leaders and central ministers tell the agencies how free and fair, Nobody trusts them. When raids were conducted on SP leaders and businessmen close to them in Uttar Pradesh, it was instinctively assumed that the central government was doing this to weaken and harass Akhilesh Yadav before the elections. But it seems that the central government has not learned from the experience of West Bengal. There too, just before the elections, Mamata Banerjee’s family members and party leaders were harassed. Raids central agencies Bengal

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CBI and ED teams had arrived to interrogate Mamata Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee and his wife alleging coal smuggling. Mamta Banerjee also did a lot of drama on this occasion. She reached her nephew Abhishek’s house before the CBI team arrived and from there took Abhishek’s little girl with her and took her to her house. In this way he made a message that the central government is troubling his family. Similarly, his party leaders were arrested just before the election., For whose bail she herself went to the police station and sat down. All these incidents led to sympathy for him. Then the central government should have learned a lesson from this. A similar opportunity has been created for the Samajwadi Party by central agencies by conducting raids in Uttar Pradesh before the elections.

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