May 28 will Remain As A ‘Black Day’,Said Dhankhar On Twitter
With unparalleled trampling of constitutional values & affront to the office of PM, May 28 will go down as ‘a dark day’ in India’s long-standing ethos of cooperative federalism.
— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) May 31, 2021
The chief minister had earlier indicated that he would not attend the meeting with the prime minister, the governor claimed
Kolkata: Mamata Banerjee had earlier hinted that she would not attend the meeting with the Prime Minister. The governor claimed by tweeting.
On this day Jagdeep Dhankar wrote that the incident is being misinterpreted. I would like to inform you that Mamata Banerjee sent me a message on May 27 at 11:16 pm. He writes, ‘Can I talk to you? It’s very important. ” He then phoned me and indicated that if Shuvendu was entitled, he and his government representatives would boycott the PM’s review meeting. It is the defeat of civic service to the ego.
The governor then wrote to the former chief secretary that in the long history of the country’s federal infrastructure, May 26 would remain a “black day.” Democracy has been destroyed by not attending the review meeting of the Prime Minister.
There has been a lot of debate about the absence of the Chief Minister in the Prime Minister’s Yas Review meeting. On the one hand, while the BJP is constantly attacking the Chief Minister, the Chief Minister has raised counter questions.
“Earlier it was said that there would be a meeting between the prime minister and the chief minister. Later it was seen that the governor and the leader of the opposition were all present.
The BJP has counter-argued. Opposition leader Shuvendu said he had lost to me and could not accept it. The governor, two ministers elected from the state, and I had some speeches, I was asked to come as the Leader of the Opposition. Adhir was also called.
Counter-state panchayat minister Subrata Mukherjee said, “Apart from the assembly, what is the role of the leader of the opposition?” The Prime Minister will hold a meeting with the state administration.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee raised the issue of Gujarat by calling the Leader of the Opposition. The Prime Minister held a review meeting with Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and other officials on the overall situation. However, it is alleged that Paresh Dhanani, the Leader of the Opposition in the Gujarat Legislative Assembly, was not summoned by the Congress.
Mamata’s question is that the Leader of the Opposition is being called to the administrative meeting here, why was the Leader of the Opposition not called to the administrative meeting after the tout in Gujarat?
Shuvendu Palta said the chief minister was trying to highlight arrogance and petty politics by serving false information, not only that Congress parliamentary party leader Adhir Chowdhury was also told to have a PMO to attend the meeting, he could not come as he was in Delhi.
“When the PMO told me, it was not possible to come,” he said.