Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is courting another controversy. The enforcement branch of the Kolkata Police has raided a renowned publishing house's office and shop at College Street after it published a book 'Musalmander ki Karaniya' (What Muslims Should Do) written by senior police official Dr Nazrul Islam.
The raid happened despite no official order being issued for it. Dr Islam, in his book, has indirectly criticised the Mamata government's minority appeasement policies and vote-bank politics including announcing stipends for Imams, and more madrasas.
The publishers claim that the raids were done to intimidate them.