Visva-Bharati college Vice- Chancellor Bidyut Chakraborty has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to take steps for making certain his security, alleging that Trinamool Congress chief Anubrata Mondal has threatened him.
Attaching clippings of native newspapers, Chakraborty alleged that Mondal threatened to show him a lesson that he shall always remember in life.
“That is to carry to your variety discover that the TMC district President Anubrata Mondal threatened me with dire penalties after the ballot,” Chakraborty stated within the letter dated March 24.
“Beneath these circumstances, that is an earnest request to you to undertake steps to keep away from untoward incidents within the campus and to make sure my bodily well-being together with relations,” he added.
The prime minister is the chancellor of the varsity.
Mondal, the TMC”s Birbhum strongman, stated at a public assembly on March 23 that “a mad individual” has occupied the chair of the VC of Visva-Bharti who retains all of the gates of the varsity shut through the day time, regardless of an order of the Calcutta Excessive Court docket.
“We are going to educate you a lesson after the elections by democratic means, a lesson you’ll not neglect,” Mondal had stated, in an obvious reference to Chakraborty.
Mondal couldn’t be reached for his response to the vice-chancellor”s letter.
Nevertheless, a senior TMC chief stated that he had simply voiced the swelling anger of the locals in opposition to Chakraborty.
“The VC has been on a confrontational path with the school, majority of the scholars, ashramites and native businessmen for a substantial interval. Mondal simply voiced their anger and didn’t threaten anybody,” he claimed.