Hailing her over three days’ dharna as a victory for the constitution and democracy, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee called off her sit-in protest on Tuesday.

She said she will take her fight against the central government to Delhi next week.

While ending her dharna, the Chief Minister attacked PM Modi and alleged ‘One man, one party’ rule is going on in India. Mamata said, “They (Central govt) want to control all the agencies including the state agencies also? PM you resign from Delhi and go back to Gujarat.”

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Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who was present on the occasion, said, “We will not stop here, we will continue it till they stop this harassment. NDA government wants to divide India, we want to unite India.”

Banerjee also said she has “great respect” for the central probe agency and advised it should end up being a puppet in the hands of a few.

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A full-blown face-off between the Mamata Banerjee government and the Centre erupted after a CBI team moved to arrest Kumar. However, CBI officials were unceremoniously denied entry to the Kolkata to cop’s residence and then detained. She had started the “Save the Constitution” dharna on Sunday night after these events unfolded. 

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