New Delhi: After a landslide victory in the assembly elections, the Trinamool Congress President (TMC) led by Mamata Banerjee has become the government in West Bengal for the third consecutive time. Mamta Banerjee took the oath of chief minister for the third consecutive time today after the historic victory in the assembly elections. Governor Jagdeep Dhankar administered him the oath of office and secrecy.
Immediately, a situation of confrontation is seen in the state of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankar regarding the election violence. The Governor appealed to curb the violence, raising questions about the ongoing violence in the state after the assembly election results.
Governor Dhankar during his congratulatory speech advised Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to rein in the violence. Reacting to this, Mamata Banerjee said that the administration was in the hands of the Election Commission for the last three months. The old administrative officers of each district were removed by the Election Commission. Mamta Banerjee somewhere blamed the Election Commission for this violence.
What did the Governor say to Chief Minister Mamata on the Bengal violence?
At the swearing-in ceremony of Mamta Banerjee, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said that “our first priority is to end the post-election violence in the state.” “The Governor of West Bengal said,” I congratulate Mamata ji for her third term. Our priority is that we should put an end to this violence, which has affected the society at large. I sincerely hope that CM will take all steps to restore the rule of law on an urgent basis. ‘
At the same time, on the statement of Mamta Banerjee not being CM for the last three months, the Governor said, “This is state sponsored terrorism.” CM says she was not in power, so who was in power? Who did this violence and the state supported it.
Let me tell you that the confrontation between Governor Jagdeep Dhankar and Mamta Banerjee is well known. The Governor has consistently accused Mamata Banerjee of violating constitutional provisions. Even before the oath ceremony, the Governor had tweeted on the violence. During the swearing-in ceremony, the state government was targeted for violence.