Governor Dhankhar calls situation in Bengal '' worrying ', concerns Mamata for'
alarming’, questions Mamata for’ ostrich-like stance’ West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Monday came out all guns blazing versus Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her “ostrich-like position” on the scenario occurring out of the supposed post-poll violence in the state.
Dhankhar, who embarked ona week-long see to North Bengal earlier in the day, called the circumstance in the state “worrying and uneasy”.
Slamming the state government for its method in dealing with complaints of violence following the assembly polls, Dhankhar stated that this was “inappropriate”.
“I am fretted about the post survey violence occurring in West Bengal after May 2. This is undesirable. The scenario in the state is worrying and uneasy. This type of violence has actually put an enigma on the democratic set up,” he stated.
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“Ever after so lots of weeks, the state government remains in denial mode. Why is the primary minister quiet on this problem? The ostrict-like stance of the state administration is not appropriate,” he included.
Dhankhar’s check out comes within a week of a need by specific BJP MPs for taking a different Union Territory for the region. His check out likewise comes within days of conference Union House Minister Amit Shah two times amid allegations of post-poll violence.
Leader of opposition in West Bengal Assembly, Suvendu Adhikari of the BJP, called on Dhankhar on Sunday and sought his intervention to stop the supposed post-poll violence and violation of human rights in the state.
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Published at Mon, 21 Jun 2021 10:44:25 +0000