Centre offers ‘Z’ class safety to Mamata’s ex-aide Suvendu Adhikari

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Centre offers ‘Z’ class safety to Mamata’s ex-aide Suvendu Adhikari

A day after he give up the Trinamool Congress, former aide of Mamata Banerjee, Suvendu Adhikari has been given ‘Z’ class safety by the Ministry of Residence Affairs. 

Based on an order issued by MHA, “Safety association for Suvendu Adhikari has been examined on this Ministry in session with Central Safety Businesses and it has been determined to offer him ‘Z’ class CRPF safety cowl with the bulletproof car in West Bengal.”

Y ‘+’ class CRPF safety cowl in different states, it added.

On Thursday, Suvendu had resigned from the first membership of the TMC, intensifying speculations that he would possibly change over to the BJP later this week. Sources have advised India TV that Suvendu will be part of the saffron celebration when Union minister Amit Shah visits the poll-bound state on Saturday and Sunday.

READ MORE: Suvendu Adhikari resigns from Trinamool Congress’ main membership


Adhikari, the face of the Nandigram motion that added to the political heft of Mamata Banerjee and catapulted her to energy in Bengal in 2011, despatched his resignation letter to West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee on Thursday. 

Adhikari’s resignation from the TMC places a lid on all hearsay mills that went abuzz speculating his strikes since November 26, when he resigned because the chairman of Hooghly River Bridge Commissioners (HRBC). Shortly after, he give up the state cupboard. On Wednesday, he submitted his resignation as MLA of Nandigram constituency in Purba Medinipur district.

Of late, he had criticised the TMC management, on a number of events, for its type of functioning. The celebration made a number of makes an attempt to woo him again, however none bore fruit.

Notably, Adhikari’s father Sisir Adhikari and brother Dibyendu are sitting TMC MPs from Tamluk and Kanthi Lok Sabha constituencies, respectively.

READ MORE: Suvendu Adhikari set for second innings, to affix BJP at Amit Shah’s Medinipur rally

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