Suvendu Adhikari, the leader of the opposition in the assembly, has been served a show-cause notice by the West Bengal Commission for Protection of Child Rights (WBCPCR) for sending an earlier “objectionable” tweet about Abhishek Banerjee, the MP for Diamond Harbour and general secretary of the Trinamool Congress, regarding his three-year-old son. The West Bengal Legislative Assembly’s Leader of Opposition, Sri Suvendu Adhikari, sent an offensive and derogatory tweet about a 3-year-old child, the commission said in a press release.
“The WBCPCR has taken cognisance of a complaint filed by one Shilpa Das with regard to the tweet,” the commission said. The West Bengal Legislative Assembly’s Leader of Opposition, Sri Suvendu Adhikari, is currently the subject of a show-cause notice from the Commission. Ananya Chakraborty, a WBCPCR adviser, stated that Adhikari will receive a show-cause notice on Friday. “We reviewed the tweets and determined that they were disparaging in tone.
Leave politics out of this. A three-year-old toddler is not the target of a tweet. The principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child are broken by these tweets. It also broke some laws in the Indian Penal Code, according to Chakraborty. Without using Abhishek Banerjee’s name, Adhikari reported on November 13 that more than 500 police officers had been sent out to provide security for his son’s birthday party.
Celebrate in style tonight at Taj Bengal! For the son of Koyla Bhaipo’s birthday party, security has been stepped up. To protect the venue, around 500 police officers, a bomb squad, and a dog squad have been deployed. Metal detectors for door frames and handheld metal detectors are set up, he had tweeted.
“There hasn’t been a formal order issued for such a security movement. Jamal, a “Mamata Police” officer, has been tasked with making the security impenetrable. When it comes to grandeur and luxury, Lady Kim’s family sometimes surpasses the Real Kim Jong-un of North Korea, Adhikari had added.
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