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Mamata Banerjee plans to sue UB group owner Vijay Mallya

23, Jun 2012 By Abhishek Raj

In the wake of recent Maoist attack in Chattisgarh, the honorable West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee claims that the UB group chairman Vijay Mallya has been the sole reason behind the recent sudden upsurge in Maoist activities in West Bengal and states nearby.

“Vijay Mallya has been funding the Maoists under the guise of owning an IPL team.In fact the entire team in red belongs to the Maoist group.” West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said,”Through IPL, they(Maoists) are now planning to expand their network globally by including foreign goons in their group like Luke Pomersbach.”

Mamata asserted that an intelligence agency has informed that a hostile group of Maoists ,”Red Challengers for Bengal” especially developed for spreading terror in West Bengal, has been operating with an encoded name “Royal Challengers’ Bangalore”.So Mamata has demanded a CBI probe into the formation of the team.

On being asked by the Faking News about other possible sources of funds for the RCB, Mamata disclosed that the Maoists are making their own products and selling them in the market for minting more and more money. She revealed Red Bull and Eveready (Give me Red) as some of the Maoists’ products.She further told our reporter that the Government has already taken a stringent step against Maoists by introducing “Prohibition of Sale of Maoist Products Act 2012” to put a check on the funding of Maoists and is planning to sue Vijay Mallya who deliberately invests heavily in RCB at a time when Kingfisher Airlines is lumbered with the debt of $1.3 billion.

The West Bengal Government has banned operations of all the Kingfisher airlines within the state as a sign of protest against Vijay Mallya. Apart from this, the sale of energy drink “Red Bulls”,which has been declared as an illegal drink by the West Bengal Government,and Eveready batteries has been banned all over the state under Prohibition of Sale of Maoist Products Act 2012 as a proactive measure against the Maoists.

The West Bengal Government has even appealed to the Centre to set up a special anti-maoist committee for identifying and banning the sale of such products which has crippled Indian economy to a very large extent.