Mamata Banerjee Gains Unexpected Ally In War Against Jagdeep Dhankar
As Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar holds a collection of conferences in Delhi amid clashes with the Mamata Banerjee authorities, his controversial function and feedback have landed the Left on the identical facet as rival Trinamool Congress.
A prime Left chief has echoed the Trinamool’s criticism of Mr Dhankar, who has been locked in a long-running feud with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over claims and counter-claims on post-poll violence in Bengal.
Left events slammed the Governor for allegedly appearing like a BJP mouthpiece and condemned his “partisan” function.
“He is not a man of the BJP but his function is tantamount to be a man of BJP. This cannot be the role of a governor. He is identifying himself as a man of BJP. This is not right. This cannot be the role of a governor, particularly in West Bengal,” Biman Bose, Left Front chairman, stated at present.
The Trinamool Congress has accused Mr Dhankhar of overstepping his transient and caustically stated he mustn’t return to the state.
Mr Dhankhar has not specified any motive for his four-day journey to the capital; he flew out a day after a delegation of BJP MLAs petitioned him on alleged deterioration of the legislation and order scenario within the state.
Before leaving on Tuesday night, he wrote a letter to the Chief Minister accusing her of silence over violence within the state and “not taking steps to rehabilitate the suffering people”.
He shared the letter on Twitter, after which the state authorities accused him of violating established norms.
On Thursday, the Governor stated he met Union ministers Prahlad Joshi and Prahlad Singh Patel. He additionally known as on the National Human Rights Commission. He has talked about assembly Home Minister Amit Shah.
“We have never seen such a governor who has no regard for the Constitution and its norms. He has been violating every constitutional norm. According to our Constitution, the governor is supposed to act as per the instructions of the council of ministers headed by the chief minister. But he doesn’t follow any such norm and acts as per his whims and fancies,” stated Sougata Ray, senior Trinamool Congress chief.
“Uncleji going to Delhi on June 15th he says… Do us a favour WB Governor Sahib – don’t come back,” one other Trinamool MP, Mahua Moitra, tweeted.