New Delhi: Rajya Sabha MP and Assam Pradesh Congress Committee President Ripun Bora has recently accused Union Minister of State Nisith Pramanik of being a Bangladeshi national. In fact, Bora has also written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about it. Under the information received, Ripun Bora has asked PM Modi to conduct an inquiry into the entire matter. Sources close to Nisith Pramanik have rejected the allegations. He says Nisith was born in India and grew up in India. Moreover, sources say, "Nisith was also educated in India.''
BarakBanglaNews, RepublicTV Tripura, IndiaToday & Business Standard publishes, @NisithPramanik is a Bangladeshi national. Its a matter of grave concern that a foreign national is an incumbent union minister. Urging PM @narendramodi in a letter to conduct an enquiry to clarify it. pic.twitter.com/5Td0xIoG8n? Ripun Bora (@ripunbora) July 17, 2021
In fact, Ripun Bora posted a letter to PM Modi on Twitter. You can see, which he has accused Nisith Pramanik of being a Bangladeshi citizen, citing some news channels and websites. In fact, Ripun Bora has written, 'Nisith was born in Harinathpur. It falls in the Gaibandha district of Bangladesh and he came to India to study computers. He also claimed in the letter that after taking a degree in computer, the authentic Trinamool joined the Congress, then joined the BJP and became an MP.'
Ripun Bora has also said that The Authentic showed his address in the 'tampered' election nomination papers. At the same time, he referred to some channels and said that the channels have shown a "pleasant atmosphere" in his native village in Bangladesh when Nisith took oath as union minister of state. Nisith's elder brother and some villagers in the channels are expressing happiness over his achievement of such a big post in India. In addition, Ripun Bora has also written, "If Nisith is really a Bangladeshi citizen, it is a very serious matter for the country that a foreigner has been appointed as the Union Minister. The matter should be investigated in a transparent manner.'' West Bengal BJP General Secretary Sayantan Basu said there is no basis for the allegation. Basu said the Trinamool Congress is free to go to court if they want to further weigh the issue. Sources said, 'what can the minister do if some relatives are celebrating in another country.'