Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday accused Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar of trying to ‘grab power’ during the Corona virus crisis. He said that the statements of the governor against him and state ministers and officials can be termed as ‘disrespectful’.
In response, the governor said that ‘this is not the time to fight.’ He said that the Chief Minister’s letter “is not strong both on facts and law”. He said that he would send a reply because he “cannot accept anything that weakens the core of the Constitution”.
The Governor sent two letters to the Chief Minister last week, after which Mamta made this sharp remark. Actually, there is a dispute between Raj Bhavan and Nabanna (State Secretariat) in view of the response of West Bengal Government towards the spread of Kovid-19.
In her 13-page reply to Dhankar, Mamta said, “Such words and such subject matter, intent and accent letters from a Governor to an elected Chief Minister are completely unexpected in the constitutional and political history of India.” “He said,” Your (Governor’s) words against me and my ministers and my officials can be said to be derogatory, unsympathetic, slanderous and condemnable. . ”
Without following the constitutional rules, the Governor gives his discourse- Mamta
Mamta accused the governor of preaching and preaching and violating her constitutional rules without herself. He said that the Governor may not agree with his (Chief Minister’s) policies, but unfortunately he has no power other than bringing it to his notice.
The Chief Minister said, “In this hour of crisis, I beg you to hasten your efforts to grab power … You should stay away from using official letters / logos in your constant tweets on social media.” Meanwhile, state BJP president Dilip Ghosh said, “The governor corrected the failures of the state government by raising a finger.” The Chief Minister is trying to divert attention through these letters. ”Trinamool leader Partha Chatterjee said that the governor is behaving like a leader of the opposition.
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