Narada Case: Two days after daring the CBI to arrest Mamata Banerjee, CBI files petition against her

The CBI has filed a petition against West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with the suspected scam, only two days after daring the agency to arrest her after the investigation agency detained three Trinamool Congress leaders in the Narada case. Mamata's close aide and TMC MP Kalyan Banerjee, as well as state minister Malay Ghatak, are included in the 123-page petition. The central agency has named West Bengal Chief Minister as a party to the case, citing her misconduct. Mamata will now have to answer either directly or via her lawyer, as the CBI has requested that the special court bail decision be overturned, as well as a transfer of the case to the High Court.

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