TMC MP slams West Bengal Guv for serving ‘political masters’ – kolkata

Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP Derek O’Brien on Monday slammed West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar for allegedly demeaning and criticising the state with none foundation.

“Normally ignored you, but you have crossed the line. Enough. You are nothing but His Master’s Voice! You are a disgrace to the office you hold. Without basis, u criticize and demean Bengal to serve your political masters. U do this while enjoying Bengal’s hospitality. Shame on you,” O’Brien tweeted.

The TMC chief was responding to tweets by the Governor the place the latter was attacking Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

“Alarming reports that De facto boss WB Police Surajit Kar Purakayastha #SSA Mamata Banerjee vigorously engaged in translating politically motivated police actions. Concerned at Field police work of DGP- postings and transfer, investigation usurped by De facto boss Purakayastha,” Dhankhar tweeted.

“Such capitulation DGP WB Police and usurpation #SSA Mamata Banerjee sound the death knell of democracy. Such gross violation of the Police Act and constitutional provisions proves the political stance of police and administration that is by law required to be “politically neutrality,” he mentioned in one other tweet.

The Governor mentioned that decoupling of police from political work is a should for the survival of democracy.

“Political Neutrality is the quintessence of administration as per law. Its disregard by public servants by engaging as political workers cannot be countenanced. Such misconduct entails serious consequences,” he mentioned.

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Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly meets Bengal guv Jagdeep Dhankhar – kolkata

BCCI President and former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly on Sunday held an hour-lengthy assembly with West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, which sources at Raj Bhavan described as a “courtesy call” and mentioned there’s nothing political about it.

However, with Assembly elections within the state due in April-May subsequent 12 months, there was hypothesis that he might be part of politics.

While Ganguly didn’t take questions on the rationale for his go to, Dhankhar mentioned that that they had dialogue on “varied issues”.

The governor additionally mentioned that he accepted the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president’s invitation to go to the Eden Gardens stadium right here.

Raj Bhavan sources mentioned that Ganguly’s assembly with Dhankhar has nothing to do with political developments within the state.

“Had interaction with ‘Dada’ @SGanguly99 President @BCCI at Raj Bhawan today at 4.30 PM on varied issues.

Accepted his offer for a visit to Eden Gardens, oldest cricket ground in the country established in 1864,” the governor tweeted.

Ganguly reached Raj Bhavan at round 4.30 pm and the assembly lasted an hour.

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