Trinamool Congress MP Mahua Moitra on Saturday shot off a letter to the Delhi Police requesting to withdraw the armed security officers deputed outside her residence.
Pointing out that she had never asked for any protection, Moitra said it looked like she was “under some sort of surveillance”.
“The conduct of these armed officers indicate that they are making notes of my movements to and from my residence, it appears to me that I am under some sort of surveillance,” the TMC MP said in the letter addressed to the station house officer (SHO), Police Station Barakhamba Road. The letter was marked to Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava.
“This is to inform you that SHO, Police Station Barakhamba Road, had come to meet at my residence yesterday (i.e. 12th February, 2021) around 1830 hours, and shortly thereafter, around 2200 hours, 3 BSF (Border Security Force) officers armed with assault rifles and been deputed outside my residence,” she said.
— Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) February 13, 2021
The Krishnanagar MP also reminded the SHO that the right to privacy is a fundamental right guaranteed to her too, just as any other citizen of the country, under the Constitution of India, 1950.
“Upon making inquiries, I was informed that the…