Nadda convoy attack: Bengal CS, DGP ignore summons by MHA
Kolkata, Dec 15: Both the Chief Secretary as well as the DGP did not turn up for a meeting on law and order in the state of West Bengal with the Union Home Ministry.
Officials said that the state was yet to get a response from the Centre to its two letters-one the summons to the CS and DGP and the other on the Central deputation of three Bengal cadre IPS officers.
The Ministry of Home Affairs had called three IPS officers of West Bengal, who were responsible for BJP chief J P Nadda's security to serve in central deputation.
The MHA had on Friday summoned Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay and DGP Virendra asking them to present themselves on December 14 for an explanation on the law and order situation in the state, following Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar's report on the attack on Nadda's convoy by alleged supporters of the ruling TMC in South 24 Parganas district on December 10.