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CPI-M criticise party MLA for abusing cops


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Agartala: CPI-M in Tripura on Friday said that the party did not support the act of the MLA who abused police personnel in a police station.

“We have seen in local TV coverage the way the legislator of our party behaved.

A legislator can visit police station for many reasons but the way Shankar Dutta behaved with the police officers is not desirable,” CPI-M state secretary Bijan Dhar told reporters here.

CPI-M legislator Shankar Dutta visited East Agartala police station on Monday and took away two persons who were detained on criminal charges, police said.

He also abused the officer-in-charge of the police station. “Our party members and legislators should be careful while behaving with others.

It should not be like that of leaders of other parties,” Dhar said. (PTI)


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