Contemporary Delhi: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday (June 1) stirred a controversy by pronouncing ‘ego prevailed over public provider’ on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee skipping Top Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting to examine put up-cyclone damages on Might perchance perchance also 28.
Terming the Governor’s comment ‘unhappy’, the ruling event in the advise asserted that the chief minister is fascinated by public provider 24/7 and all her actions are brought about by her whisper for the pursuits of the advise.
Dhankhar mentioned the Chief Minister had called him up sooner than the meeting at Kalaikunda in Paschim Medinipur district and indicated that she will be able to also no longer abet it if Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari is recent in it. “Constrained by flawed memoir to establish epic straight: On Might perchance perchance also 27 at 2316 hrs CM @MamataOfficial messaged ‘can also I talk? urgent’,” Dhankhar tweeted. “Thereafter on cell phone indicated boycott by her & officials of PM Evaluate Meet #CycloneYaas if LOP @SuvenduWB attends it. Ego prevailed over Public provider,” he mentioned in a single other Twitter put up.
Moreover Adhikari, Dhankhar and BJP MP Debasree Chaudhuri became recent in the meeting.
Mamata mentioned she had skipped the meeting attributable to ‘a BJP MLA has no locus to be recent in a PM-CM meeting’. Adhikari has defeated Mamata in Nandigram seat in the hot meeting elections.
In a letter to PM Narendra Modi on Might perchance perchance also 31, Mamata had written, “I wanted to enjoy a mute be conscious with you, a meeting between the PM and the CM as frequent. You, nonetheless, revised the structure of the meeting to incorporate a local MLA out of your event and I am of the watch that he had no locus to be recent in a PM-CM meeting.” Mamata had also mentioned in the letter that she had no objection to the presence of the governor and different Union ministers in the meeting.
Centre vs Mamata Banerjee over Chief Secretary row
After the Kalaikunda episode, a new Centre-advise tussle became witnessed over the services and products of the then Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay, who had accompanied the chief minister to the meeting. On Might perchance perchance also 28, the Union executive sent a letter to Bandopadhyay recalling him for central deputation. Then all all over again, the transfer became strongly protested by Bengal Chief Minister, pronouncing it contradicts the Centre’s acclaim for extension of Bandopadhyay’s services and products because the CS by three months attributable to the cyclone and COVID scenario in the advise.
Mamata sent a letter to Top Minister Modi over the scenario on Monday and appointed Bandopadhyay as her chief adviser for three years, after allowing him to retire from his put up of Bengal Chief Secretary.