Mamata Banerjee’s harsh words against Modi government, hinted at encounter against UP government, – what is happening


The feud between West Bengal Governor and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee continues. Meanwhile, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee targeted the central government after the governor’s allegations. On the other hand, it also raised questions about the Kanpur encounter in Uttar Pradesh.

According to media reports, West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has met Home Minister Amit Shah. After the meeting, she complained to the state government, after which Mamata Banerjee pointed to the Modi government at the Center and said that the government sitting at the Center was ignoring West Bengal.


On the other hand, when asked about the law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh, Mamata Banerjee said that after such a big scandal in Kanpur and in which policemen were killed. What’s going on?

Asked about the law and order situation in the Uttar Pradesh government, Mamata Banerjee said, “What is going on in Yogi Raje?” People in the state are afraid to complain to the police. Many policemen were killed in one incident. Above all, what is the law and order?

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On the other hand, the central government has said that this government is ignoring us. The people of West Bengal will answer him once again. Outsiders will not come to the state because they have no political experience, they just talk about killing people.

The Governor of West Bengal complained to the Home Minister

Earlier in the day, the Governor of West Bengal met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and during the meeting, the Governor discussed the worrisome situation in the state. The issue of raising taxes in the state has been discussed. On the other hand, they also talked about law and order. He said law and order in the state is at the end of the rock. Law and order has come to a complete standstill.

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