Didi Govt to grant Z-plus safety to Prashant Kishore

Didi Govt to grant Z-plus safety to Prashant Kishore

Bengal is mulling greater safety for election strategist Prashant Kishore, sources in the State Government said adding already the security directorate has reviewed his security reputation and submitted its guidelines earlier than the Government.

Accordingly, Kishore who has reportedly been employed by means of the ruling Trinamool Congress to chalk out its approach road map ahead of the 2021 Assembly elections is likely to get ‘Z’ category protection cowl which is furnished amongst others former Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, senior Ministers like Partho Chatterjee, Firhad Hakim, Suvendu Adhikary,  BCCI president Sourav Ganguly and any other 5-6 persons.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and his nephew and MP Abhishek Banerjee receives ‘Z Plus’ protection cover.

The security personnel will be drawn from the educated officers of Kolkata Police and Bengal Police, sources stated including the selection to grant security cowl to Kishore was taken following a meeting of the security directorate officials.

Significantly the assembly took place following two developments. First, Kishore’s expulsion from the Jantadal United Party of Nitish Kumar and 2nd his choice to launch ‘Baat Bihar Ki’.

“A meeting was once referred to as where his safety was once reviewed and its upgradation was recommended to the State Government,” sources said.

However officials in Kishore’s election administration organisation stated they did not have any facts about the new security proposals.

Bengal has seen a lot of political murders over the past one decade or so. One such sufferer of latest escalated political fighting was a Trinamool Congress MLA from Nadia.

Satyajit Biswas Krishanganj MLA was murdered near residence in Nadia. Local BJP MP who was once named amongst forty three others was recently grilled for 4 hours via the State CID related to his alleged function in the murder.

With TMC’s function enhancing considering the losses it suffered in closing year’s Parliamentary elections—when the birthday party conceded 18 out of 42 seats to the BJP —thanks Kishore’s said strategic manipulations the Bengal ruling celebration wishes him secured at any cost, professionals said.

One of the fundamental reflections of Kishore’s successes with the TMC used to be a exceptional comeback staged by the Trinamool in the lately held Assembly elections to three seats in which the BJP suffered humiliating defeat.