West Bengal Governor: wish to caution the Chief Minister

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West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar called a press conference and condemned Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee comments for attack on BJP convoy.

West Bengal Governor in Press conference said,”I take a very serious note of the statement made by the chief minister. How can a responsible chief minister, believing in rule of law, believing in Constitution, and believing in rich Bengali culture, talk the way she did. I appeal to her – madam, please reflect, please maintain some dignity and grace, and take back those words,”

“Madam Chief Minister, India is one, Indians are one, please do not play with or fan this kind of fire. You are under oath of the constitution, please respect it. Who is an outsider, who is an insider, please do not indulge in these kinds of statements,”.

West Bengal Governor in Press conference said, “I asked them to prepare a detailed report and report to me. They came without any report, without any inputs. It is shameful. They are bureaucrats. They have a moral duty. I was shocked, and I was shamed. It was an extremely painful moment for Constitutional duty,”.

BJP Chief Mr Nadda’s convoy was attacked with bricks, stones and sticks near Kolkata on Thursday afternoon. Some leaders were injured and cars were damaged in the incident, which the BJP has blamed on supporters of the state’s ruling Trinamool Congress.

The incident took place at Diamond Harbour, the parliamentary constituency of the Chief Minister’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee.

Mamta Banerjee had said. “They (BJP) has no other work. At times Home Minister is here, other times it’s Chaddha, Nadda, Fadda, Bhaddha is here. When they have no audience, they call their workers for doing nautanki,”.