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Fri, 19 Apr 2019

Northeast Today

Tripura Minister Caught on Camera Groping Colleague on Stage During PM Modi’s Rally

Tripura Minister Caught on Camera Groping Colleague on Stage During PM Modi’s Rally
February 12
13:50 2019

NET Bureau

A Tripura minister was caught on camera groping a woman ministerial colleague on stage during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s rally in Agartala.

A video has surfaced on social media of Tripura minister Monoj Kanti Deb putting his hand in the waist of Social Welfare and Social Education Minister Santana Chakma in an indecent manner. The young tribal leader was seen quickly pushing away the BJP minister’s hand.

Tripura’s opposition Left Front demanded state Minister Monoj Kanti Deb be sacked for “touching” his woman ministerial colleague in an “indecent manner” during PM Modi’s rally on Saturday (February 9, 2019).

“Monoj Kanti Deb must be sacked and be arrested for touching the woman minister in an extremely indecent manner on the stage from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and others addressed the public gathering,” Left Front convener Bijan Dhar told the media.

“The male minister has publicly harmed the modesty, sanctity and dignity of the lone woman minister of Tripura at a public platform where the Prime Minister, the Chief Minister and other important personalities were present.”

Some tribal-based parties are also trying to organise agitations soon to demand the resignation and arrest of the minister.

Contacted for his response, Deb, who holds the Food, Youth Affairs and Sports portfolios, told news agency IANS over phone from his home town Kamalpur in northern Tripura that he has no comments on this issue.

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party dismissed the demand, while hitting out at the Left Front for “character assassination”.

BJP spokesman Nabendu Bhattacharjee, however, said that the Left Front, after raking up non-issues against the BJP government, has now “started character assassination of BJP ministers on false and non-issue matters”.

“The woman minister has never made any statement and complaint on the issue raised by the Left parties. Why are the Left parties doing this dirty politics?” he asked.

Source: India Today

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