TMC MP alleges that politicians arrested in the Narada case at the request of the governor | India News
Governor of West Bengal, Jagdeep Dhankar (File photo)
KOLKATA: The showdown between Trinamool Congress Y Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar escalated further on Sunday, with MP Kalyan Banerjee claiming it was in Raj bhavanIt is requested that two ministers and a MLA of the party were arrested in the Narada case.
He asked party supporters to individually file complaints against the governor, whom he had previously referred to as a “bloodsucker.”
A “stunned” Dhankhar took to Twitter to respond to the MP’s comments.
Addressing Banerjee as a senior Trinamool congressional official, parliamentarian and advocate, he wrote: “… Leave the matter to the discretion of the educated people of West Bengal and the media.” Later, Banerjee told TOI that, according to the Constitution, no criminal proceedings could be brought against the governor until he relinquished his office. “That is why I have urged all the people of Bengal to file complaints at their respective police stations. These complaints can turn into a FIR TREE later, when he (Dhankhar) ceases to be governor. The former governor may be sent to the presidential jail for disrupting the secular fabric of Bengal. ”