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Mamata wants to meet Shah after talks with Modi: Mission Rajeev Kumar?

While Mamata Banerjee told reporters nothing more than the fact that this was a meeting between the prime minister and a chief minister, chances are high she discussed the issue of former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar's alleged culpability in the Saradha scam with Narendra Modi


Kolkata/New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has expressed her desire to meet Home Minister Amit Shah. This comes at a time when the CBI is pursuing former Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.

The has, in fact, formed a special team to trace Kumar in connection with the Saradha chit fund case. Further, the CBI is conducting raids in many places to find him. According to sources, the premier investigating agency has sent three summonses to Rajeev Kumar. He has not yet appeared to depose before the agency.

In a major setback to Kumar, the approached the Kolkata High Court for a non-bailable warrant (NBW) against him. The CBI has filed a before the court to issue a warrant against him.

The Kolkata High Court on Friday rejected Kumar’s interim bail plea. After this, the has not been able to contact Rajeev Kumar.

The Supreme Court had in March termed as “very, very serious” the revelations made by the in its status report relating to the interrogation of the then Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar before that month.

On 18 September, Mamata Banerjee reached out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his official residence. During the meeting, the chief minister presented sweets and a kurta to the prime minister. She also invited the prime minister to come to West Bengal.

After meeting Modi, Banerjee told reporters that her discussion with the prime minister was good. “I had not met him after he took over as the prime minister in the second term,” she told the journalists.

Mamata Banerjee said that she had demanded Rs 13,500 crore for the state. Also, the change of the name of the has been pending, as the Centre rejected the proposal of different names to be used to refer to the province in different languages, one each for Bangla, Hindi and English. “We are ready to accept his suggestion,” the chief minister said.

Mamata Banerjee described the meeting with Modi as one between two important constitutional office bearers of the country.

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