- Governor wrote a letter to CM Mamta Banerjee
- The letter mentioned the violence in Bengal after the elections
- Mamta government furious for making the letter public
The state government was furious when West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar made public a letter written to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The Governor wrote in the letter that CM Banerjee is silent on the post-poll violence in Bengal and did not take any concrete steps to rehabilitate and compensate the victims. The Twitter handle of the Home Department of the Government of Bengal has expressed surprise over making the letter public by tweeting one after the other.
The Bengal Home Department tweeted, “The Government of West Bengal has seen with dismay and distress that the Hon’ble Governor of West Bengal has suddenly made public one of his letters to the Hon’ble Chief Minister with material which is in consonance with the actual facts.” is not. The communication format is in violation of all established norms. This letter has been written to the Hon’ble Chief Minister and simultaneously released to the public media through tweets, which obstructs the sanctity of such communication.’
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It is further written, ‘Such a sudden and one-sided act of going public has left the Government of West Bengal even more shocked as the material is concocted. Whereas the post-poll violence in the state was somewhat unabated. When the Election Commission of India was in charge of the law and order machinery, after being sworn in, the state cabinet ruled the situation, restored normalcy and established complete control over anti-law elements.’
The tweet read, ‘The State Police is strongly directed to take action against all anti-social elements and the Government of West Bengal is committed to uphold the basic fabric of the society and maintain law and order.’
Let us inform that BJP MLA from Nandigram, Shubhendu Adhikari had met Governor Jagdeep Dhankar along with other party MLAs on Monday. The BJP MLAs had sought an appointment with the Governor on the law and order issue in the state. The officer recently met PM Modi in Delhi and informed him about the post-poll violence. Governor Dhankar reached Delhi on Tuesday evening. He will return to Kolkata on June 18. It is believed that in Delhi he will meet top BJP leaders.
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