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CBI sources said a team was likely to travel to Aligarh to arrest Varshney.“No matter what she does Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s works do not reflect humanity I can only see a demonic version of her Thats why she has no right to live in this world I will reward Rs 11 lakh to anyone who will cut her head and bring it to me so that people will get protection and relief from such demons” Varshney had said in Aligarh earlier in the day triggering a political storm He was referring to the police lathicharge done to disperse saffron activists at a rally celebrating Hanuman Jayanti in Birbhum district on Tuesday TMC General Secretary Partha Chatterjee said “In politics such statements are completely unacceptable A contest of who can speak more maliciously is going on It had started from Dilip Ghosh and now it has reached Aligarh If he has the courage he should come to West Bengal and say it How come he is allowed to roam free after issuing a death threat to a chief minister What is the central government doing He should be arrested immediately Such statements are against the ideals of politics and violate the Indian Constitution” “There have been many attempts on Mamata Banerjee’s life since the 1990s We have seen the violent politics of the 70s we have been through 34 years of CPM’s violent rule Anyone can make big statements sitting in Delhi Statements like these are against the political culture of the country I ask the Centre to immediately arrest this man Lakhs of Trinamool workers are ready to sacrifice their lives for Mamata Banerjee We do not want the politics of 70s to return” he added The incident also drew flak from other parties State Congress president Adhir Chowdhury said “This should be condemned immediately and action must be taken against the person who said such things” Senior CPM leader Sujan Chakraborty said “Strong action should be taken against him Police should immediately take action This is completely barbaric and uncivilised” Bengali author Tilottama Majumdar said “He should immediate apologise to her and to the women of the country The party he belongs to should immediately tender apologies” BJP too condemned the remark “No one had the right say such things and we do not support these kind of statements If he has said this then action will be taken against him as per law This statement should be condemned” state BJP president Dilip Ghosh adding that this was nothing new in West Bengal as fatwas had been issued against him in the past as well Ghosh also said that it was the TMC that had started the politics of violence The party’s national secretary Rahul Sinha however said that it was not clear whether the man who had made the remark was a BJP leader “We do not support the politics of killings Our party does not support these kind of threats and has already condemned it However it is also not clear whether he is our party leader If he is one then action will be taken against him” Sinha said The BJP’s youth wing disowned Varshney and demanded legal action against him “BJYM stands against the statements made by Yogesh Varshney and also urges the local administration to take all the necessary legal actions against him as per law” the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha said in a statement claiming Varshney was expelled two years ago from the party With inputs from PTI For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 4 2015 12:00 am Related News Negotiations have finally led to a provisional nuclear deal between Iran and world powers The framework agreement announced after intensive talks extended beyond the self-imposed deadline of March 31 seeks to restrict Iran’s nuclear programme and prevent Tehran from making a nuclear weapon in return for a phased easing of sanctions that have crippled Iran’s economy The longstanding nuclear dispute between Iran and the West had entered a new phase when new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for the resumption of serious negotiations in August 2013 followed by a phone conversation between Rouhani and US President Barack Obama the next month An interim deal was announced in November 2013 but the road to the framework agreement has been long and winding The P5+1 and Tehran now face weeks of detailed drafting which must produce a final agreement by the June 30 deadline Critical for the international community is the Iranian “break-out” time — the time needed to detect and respond to an attempt to subvert the deal and push for weapons-grade enrichment of fissile material That period appears to be a year — better than the two-three month window that critics had feared The nuclear dispute has been part of the larger political confrontation between the US and Iran since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 A final deal promises to transform a Middle East facing newer threats to stability such as the Islamic State which is casting Washington and Tehran on the same side It will not however resolve all outstanding disagreements between the two a fact borne out by the conflicts in Yemen or Syria for instance For both Rouhani and Obama the real challenge hereafter is to sell the deal to its opponents in Washington and Tehran While Rouhani will have to battle the Iranian hardliners Obama has the tougher job of convincing the Republicans America’s Arab allies and Israel — all extremely hostile to the deal He has been bold so far in constructing a new realistic approach to the Middle East India has done well to immediately welcome the deal It needs to support the process of rapprochement between the US and Iran which will also open diplomatic space for New Delhi in the Middle East Iran is intrinsic to Delhi’s concerns about energy security and Afghanistan India must now prepare to deal with a rebalanced Middle East a region that has not received adequate attention in the recent past A prime ministerial visit to the region long overdue will help For all the latest Opinion News 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