West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee hit back at the governor, said - refrain from intensifying efforts to grab power in times of crisis

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee hit back at the governor, said – refrain from intensifying efforts to grab power in times of crisis

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Kolkata: The conflict between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Raj Bhavan in West Bengal has been steadily increasing amidst the war against the Coronavirus epidemic. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday accused Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar of trying to “grab power” during the Coronavirus crisis. The Governor sent two letters to the Chief Minister last week, after which Mamata made this sharp remark.

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Actually, there is a dispute between the Raj Bhavan and Nabanna (State Secretariat) in view of the response of the West Bengal government to the spread of Covid-19. Mamata, in her 14-page reply to Dhankar, said, “Such words and such themes, meanings and accents from a governor to an elected chief minister are absolutely unprecedented in India’s constitutional and political history.” Huh.”

She said, “Your (Governor’s) words against me and my ministers and my officials can be said to be derogatory, unsympathetic, slanderous, and condemnable.” Mamata Banerjee accused him of preaching and preaching and violating her constitutional rules without herself.

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She said that the Governor may not agree with her (Chief Minister’s) policies, but unfortunately he has no power other than to bring it to her notice. The Chief Minister said, “In this hour of crisis, I beg you to desist from intensifying your efforts to grab power … You should stay away from using official letters/logos in your constant tweets on social media.”

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