TMC leader serves notice to Suvendu Adhikari for spreading false and malicious information

Vinay Mishra, former TMC youth wing general secretary, who is facing an investigation by the CBI, has sent a legal notice to BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari.

Image Source: India Today(PTI) The Former Trinamool Congress (TMC) youth wing general secretary, Vinay Mishra, who is among the accused in the alleged cattle smuggling and coal mining scams in West Bengal, has sent a legal notice to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Suvendu Adhikari for his social post on Twitter against the former on June 11.


Image Source: Twitter On June 11th, Adhikari tweeted, "In the year 2018 Vinay Mishra seems to be a Citizen of Vanuatu and renouncing Indian citizenship. In the year 2020, the same person is made the General Secretary of the TMC Youth wing. Drawing the kind attention of ECI, does Indian law permit a foreigner to be a part of a political party?" The notice sent through advocate Ayan Poddar alleged that the remarks in the posts were false, malicious, and slanderous. In Mishra's legal notice, he mentioned that he left India on September 16, 2020, prior to the initiation of the case registered by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). CBI is trying to locate Mishra through an Interpol red notice issued against him about two months ago. According to reports, Mishra may have settled in Vanuatu, a small island nation in the South Pacific. Mishra’s brother has been arrested in March by the Enforcement Directorate, although his brother, Vinay Mishra is still absconding. The BJP has alleged that chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s nephew, Abhishek Banerjee, was involved in the coal smuggling case. However, TMC and Banerjee have rejected the allegation.

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