Dailybhaskar.com | Last Modified - Sep 03, 2012, 03:49 PM IST
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee has yet again courted another controversy after police raided a renowned publishing house for publishing a book that critized the Trinamool chief.
According to reports, the book titled 'Musalmander ki Karaniya' (What Muslims Should Do) was critical of government's steps to improve the condition of Muslims.
It was learnt that Kolkata police raided offices of book's publishers, Mitra and Ghose at College Street. Police also reportedly closed the counter where copies of the book were being sold.
The raid happened despite no official order being issued for it.
The incident has been severely criticised. West Bengal government has been slammed in the past.
It is not the first time that someone from the general public has been the victim of the wrath of firebrand leader.
Earlier, a professor in Jadavpur University was arrested for circulating Banerjee's cartoon. Last month, a farmer was arrested and termed a Maoist after he asked a question from Banerjee at a public rally.