Mamata was sworn in and will ensure an end to the violence | India News
Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar raised the issue of post-election violence in Bengal less than 10 minutes after administering the oath of office to Banerjee, prompting her to remind him that he had not been in charge of the state administration during the last weeks.
“Bengal does not like riots. I will make sure there is no violence, “Banerjee said, adding that there were” some sporadic incidents. ” “I will handle law and order from today … with a firm hand and I will not tolerate any discomfort. I will appoint the appropriate officers so that there are no public order problems, ”he said.
The CM reminded the governor that “the administration was controlled by the Electoral Commission” during the last weeks.
Most of the “sporadic incidents” occurred in places where “the BJP had won,” he said, adding that the EC transferred numerous officers and appointed “some inefficient officers” so that public order had “deteriorated.” “I will make sure that no one is saved. I appeal to everyone not to be vindictive, ”said Mamata Banerjee.
But not all of the allegations were true, he said, adding: “There are several false (incidents). (Photographs) of old incidents are being shared. “” You have already tortured enough during the elections. Stop this torture or the law will take its course. Bengal is a land of peace and harmony, “Banerjee said, telling one more television channel. late Wednesday the BJP “could not digest their defeat.”
Dhankhar opened the proceedings after the swearing-in ceremony. “I hope and hope that the governance is in accordance with the Constitution and the rule of law of India. I receive reports from inside and outside the country, people are worried … Our first priority is to stop this senseless violence after the campaign … antithetical to democracy, ”he said, urging the CM to restore the rule of law. “Write a new pattern of government and cooperation for all so that the state can prosper,” Dhankhar said, adding that his “younger sister would rise above partisan interests.”
“It is not usual for a person to get a third consecutive term as CM,” said Dhankhar.
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He later took to Twitter to ask the CM to “rise above the partisan stance.” “There is no alibi for inaction as the model code of conduct ended at noon on May 3,” Dhankhar tweeted.
Banerjee thanked opposition leaders across the country, including Rahul Gandhi, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Sharad Pawar, Mehbooba Mufti, Omar Abdullah, Tejaswi Yadav, Akhilesh Yadav, MK Stalin, Arvind Kejriwal, on Twitter.