’Can’t sit like a spectator in such a horrible situation’ says the governor


Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has sent a counter letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with the death of Bugtui in Rampurhat. He said he could not remain silent after such an heinous incident. In a letter to the chief minister, the governor wrote that Mamata had once again expressed her objection against him. After seeing to burn so many lives he cannot remain silent as governor.

The governor wrote in a counter letter on Wednesday that the chief minister had intentionally tried to mark his remarks as “irrational” and “unsolicited”. But he can’t waste time sitting after such a ‘heinous crime’. “Do not play the role of silent spectator. If you do, it will be an unforgivable act of constitutional duty.” He said to Mamata.

Mamata claimed in the letter that many more horrific incidents had taken place in the BJP-ruled state but in those time the governor remained silent. In the context of which Dhankhar wrote, he is the Governor of West Bengal. Like the Chief Minister, the scope of his work is also bounded in this state.


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