'Those TMC leaders who fear ED-CBI should contact to join BJP', controversy over BJP leader's statement

BJP National Secretary Anupam Hazra has created trouble for his own party by giving his statement. On the contrary, TMC has strongly attacked BJP on Hazra's statement whereas BJP has distanced itself from Anupam Hazra's statement. In fact, Hazra said on Monday that those corrupt TMC leaders who are afraid of CBI-ED summons should contact them to join the BJP.

Sep 12, 2023 - 10:44
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'Those TMC leaders who fear ED-CBI should contact to join BJP', controversy over BJP leader's statement

BJP National Secretary Anupam Hazra has created trouble for his own party by giving his statement. On the contrary, TMC has strongly attacked the BJP on Hazra's statement, while the BJP has distanced itself from Anupam Hazra's statement. In fact, Anupam Hazra said in a statement on Monday, "Those corrupt TMC leaders who are afraid of CBI or ED summons should contact them to join BJP."

However, Anupam Hazra later tried to defend himself by saying that his statement had been misinterpreted. His statement drew a sharp reaction from the ruling TMC, with the party saying the BJP has become a "washing machine" and is using central agencies to serve its political interests.

BJP leader Hazra had come to Bolpur in Birbhum district to attend the party's organizational meeting. He gave this controversial statement here, the video of his statement also went viral on Monday. He said, “TMC leaders wearing thick gold bracelets and chains and roaming around openly fear that they may get a summons from CBI or ED. I want to tell them from this platform that they should immediately stop their corrupt practices. "

Addressing the meeting in Bolpur, the BJP leader said, "You can go to my Facebook page and contact me. If you are too shy to come forward and talk about joining the BJP, you can contact me. "You can contact me and tell me your wishes. We will see how your services can be used in the party."

Hazra also said that BJP has a strict protocol regarding inducting tainted leaders, but those who were once involved in corrupt practices but now want to live an honest life and currently have a good image are included in the saffron camp. Always free to join.

Later, speaking to news agency PTI, Hazra said that his comments had been misinterpreted. He said, "My comments have been exaggerated. Did I say that corrupt leaders will be inducted into the party and given posts? I said that those who now have a good image and are leading an honest life can join the party."

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer
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