Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee accused Governor Jagdeep Dhankar of constantly interfering within the functioning of the state administration. Mamta requested the governor to determine "who has crossed the limits of constitutional religion and decorum". This is Mamata Banerjee's perspective of Dhankhar continuously expressing concern over the state authorities's strategies in combating Kovid-19. The letter has surfaced. BSF and state police present safety to the inter-ministry central groups in Mamta and the Center at Sthani, Kolkata
In a five-page robust letter to the Governor, Banerjee mentioned that Dhankar has forgotten that he (Mamata) is "the elected Chief Minister of a glorious Indian state", whereas he’s the nominated Governor. <! –
He wrote, "You have to decide on your own whether you have directly attacked me, my ministers, officers. What your language and attitude can be called parliamentary, holding a press conference against the government of the state where you are the governor, your constant interference in the work of my ministers is clear who violated the constitutional religion. " The central get together will go to Bengal, Mamta requested Modi, Shah – On what foundation have been these events fashioned?
Banerjee claimed that the habits of the Governor is just not even in accordance with the essential requirements of decorum amongst constitutional officers. Dhankar reacted instantly and tweeted, "Letter received from Mamta Banerjee's office. Factually incorrect and constitutionally weak. "Since taking workplace in July final 12 months, Dhankar and the Trinamool Congress authorities have been cussed over many points. The state of affairs in these cities was informed by the Ministry of Home Affairs, probably the most critical, mentioned – there’s a hazard of spreading the virus.