West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Monday expressed his concern over the “alarming situation” within the state after a BJP chief was shot lifeless in North 24 Parganas district, and stated Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ought to be aware of important points that “run down the democratic governance and lawlessness”.
He stated political violence and focused killings must be stopped.
Earlier within the day, Mr Dhankhar slammed the state administration after the house secretary and the Director-Genreal of Police (DGP) failed to show up, disregarding his summons over the killing of BJP chief Manish Sukla.
However, Bengal Chief Secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay met with Governor Dhankhar.
“Conveyed my concern of the present alarming scenario @MamataOfficial to the new Chief Secretary. Am sure Chief Minister would be indicated all these critical aspects that run down democratic governance and lawlessness. Political violence and targeted killings must stop,” Mr Dhankhar tweeted.
The governor additionally stated he has despatched a message to the chief minister, expressing his need to talk to her however there was “no response”.
“Alarming nosediving law and order scenario @MamataOfficial Targeted political killings in spite of alert by Constitutional Head. Neither ACS Home nor DGP @WBPolice responded.
“To CM at 10.47 PM “Would like to speak to you urgently!” Only silence that speaks volumes,” Mr Dhankhar stated on the microblogging website after each the house secretary and the DGP failed to show as much as meet him at Raj Bhavan.
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