Babul Supriyo alleges West Bengal police threatened singer Shaan to cancel concert if Supriyo attends

Union Minister Babul Supriyo on Wednesday alleged that he was stopped from attending a music concert of singers Shaan and KK. He further said that the singers were threatened by the West Bengal police to cancel the license of the show if he attends it.

Babul Supriyo in a series of tweets claimed that the state police woke up Shaan in his hotel room and threatened the singer of cancelling the license to his upcoming show if Babul Supriyo visits the concert.

According to the reports, the singer-turned-politician said that he was supposed to attend a concert of Shaan and KK called  ‘‘No1 Yaari Hai’ in Asansol, but had to return to Kolkata as he did not want either Mamata Banerjee or her police officials to stop the Shaan and KK’s concert.

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The Union Minister attacked West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, he added, “I have asked Shaan not to take any calls or get perturbed by tjis get into this muck .. He is dear friend.. so is KK.. cant let Mamta and her police spoil their show.. I will not go to the show it will fight this out What are spineless hunch of men in uniform thinking?”

Babul Supriyo also expressed shock after some TMC leaders and Asansol Mayor attended the event and questioned the Mamata Banerjee that on what authority did they stop him from attending while allowing TMC leaders to enter the venue.

He further added that he was asked by the people inside the venue to attend the event but Babul Supriyo said that he was going back to Kolkatta, as he did not want the police to disturb Shaan and KK’s concert.

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