Updated: May 13, 2021 03:39 First
Kolkata (West Bengal, [India]May 13 (ANI): After Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee claimed that West Bengal Governor’s visit to violence-hit Cooch Behar district violates rules Jagdeep Dhankhar Asked them to uphold constitutional commitments, adding that this is the time to address the issues faced by the people in deep distress.
In a letter to the Chief Minister, the Governor wrote, “Both of us, being constitutional functionaries, are subject to the Constitution. I am sure you will at least acknowledge the supremacy of the Constitution, which you have been sworn to abide by.” . Look again. Your stand and commitment to the Constitution that you are bound by oath to abide by and abide by. It is time to address the issues facing the people of deep distress.”
Citing constitutional responsibilities under Article 159, he said: “The Constitution enjoins under Article 159 that I shall preserve, protect and defend the Constitution and the law to the best of my ability and I shall devote myself to the service and welfare of ” people of West Bengal, I will do whatever is required of my oath.”
In a letter to Dhankhar on Wednesday, Mamata said, “I have come to know from social media that you are unilaterally going to Cooch Behar district on May 13 and sadly I think it is long overdue.” This is a violation of the rules being followed. Therefore, I would request you to please follow the well-established norms of protocol and refrain from making sudden decisions regarding field visits.”
Dhankhar tour fixed West BengalOn Thursday at Coochbehar’s Sitalkuchi and other places where he will interact with the victims of post-poll violence.
The governor had said, “As part of my constitutional duty, I have decided to visit the affected parts of the state and ask the government to make arrangements. Unfortunately, their response has not been very responsive. I will follow my schedule.” Will go ahead and make arrangements.” To meet myself in the days to come.”
He asked the Mamata government to “restore credibility and bring to book the culprits chosen for tarnishing our democratic fabric”.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that nine of its party workers were killed in the post-poll violence. However, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) has been refuting the allegations.
On May 7, a four-member team deputed by the Ministry of Home Affairs visited the Diamond Harbor area of West BengalWill take stock of the ground situation in South 24 Parganas district.
The five-judge constitution bench of the Calcutta High Court also gave this order. West Bengal Home Secretary to file a report mentioning the places where violence took place and the steps taken.
Meanwhile, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) urged President Ram Nath Kovind to take effective steps immediately to stop the “unprecedented post-poll violence” perpetrated by “TMC workers and jihadis”. West Bengal,
In a letter written by VHP working president Advocate Alok Kumar, the council has spoken about the violence that took place after the elections. West Bengal Reminds of the “Direct Action of the Muslim League”.
after the announcement of West Bengal Incidents of violence were reported from many parts of the state after the results of the assembly elections were announced on 2 May. (ANI)