West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Saturday expressed his displeasure at not being up to date on the regulation and order state of affairs within the state concerning post-election violence by the Chief Secretary and Director Normal of Police (DGP).
Chief Secretary of State Alapan Bandopadhyay and DGP Virendra known as Raj Bhavan’s governor on Saturday evening and requested him in regards to the regulation and order state of affairs in West Bengal.
“Sadly, they each arrived with none requested paperwork or reviews. He ordered them to ship the identical directly. In a way, displeased with such a stance,” Dhankhar tweeted after the officers met him.
Sustaining that the Residence Secretary didn’t inform him in regards to the regulation and order state of affairs in relation to the post-election violence, Dhankhar had requested the Chief Secretary to see him.
Dhankhar had tweeted earlier within the day that the Residence Secretary didn’t ahead any reviews from the DGP and the Kolkata Police Commissioner on this regard.
“Chief Secretary @MamataOfficial has been known as to see me at the moment earlier than 7pm as ACS Residence @HomeBengal was unable to ship a standing report on regulation and order concerning post-election violence,” he tweeted the governor.
“Such a deviation of governance @MamataOfficial from constitutional prescriptions is unlucky and can’t be ignored. Whereas the state goes by means of probably the most extreme violence after the elections, there are merely NO feedback for the constitutional chief. That is the least anticipated.” Dhankhar wrote.
West Bengal has been rocked by large-scale violence after shut state elections.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has mentioned that 16 folks from totally different political events have misplaced their lives in clashes after the top of the polls.
A four-member crew from the Union Ministry of the Inside, tasked with investigating the explanations for the post-election violence in Bengal, had met with Dhankhar in Raj Bhawan.
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