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Syndicate Mafia demand ransom from Netaji’s nephew and TMC MP for renovation work

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Have you ever thought of ‘extortionists’ demanding ransom from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose’s nephew Saugata Basu who is also sitting MP from Trinamool Congress. This is the picture of syndicate mafia today in Bengal. On Monday, a group of goons had come at Shishir Basu’s residence, where renovation works are underway, at Sarat Bose Road and entered into an oral altercation with Saugata Basu who had come down from hearing a verbal scuffle taking place with his mother and former Trinamool MP Krishna Basu. It so happened that a large chunk of the roof had fallen and renovation work was going on. These goons who are part of syndicate banged into the premises and started misbehaving with Basu’s. When Saugata Basu asked their names, they fled. Immediately, the matter was informed to the police station and senior police officials from Ballygunge Police Station rushed to the residence of the MP. Till evening the police had nabbed six suspects from nearby areas and were investigating the matter. This entire incident on one hand has put the face of any Bengali into shame while on the other hand, has raised a big question mark on the safety and security of people since now syndicate mafia are targeting even those people who are having renovation work in their houses which is indeed alarming and needs to dealt strongly before the situation gets out of control…While reacting to the incident Saugata Basu, a thorough gentleman, said “I really don’t give mush importance to what has happened since we were a well-known family and I being an MP can handle it but I am scared to think what situation are we living in.What will happen to a common man who has no connection with high ups in political fraternity or administration. Honestly, I am scared to think of the plight of people who must be facing such menace yet have no place to lodge their complaint least resist these goons”.

 

However, West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool supremo Mamata Banerjee on several instances has directly announced that she or her party does not support syndicate mafia and anybody within her party wants to stay with syndicate mafia may leave the party…

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