‘Uncleji … finds another job’: TMC MP Mahua’s scathing attack on the governor of Bengal | India News
The fierce TMC leader said the governor should bring his “sorry self” back to Delhi and “find another job.”
Moitra’s harsh response came after the governor took to Twitter to point out the “extremely alarming law and order scenario” in the state.
Uncleji, the only way the WB “bleak situation” will improve is if you go back to Delhi and find another job… https://t.co/uajZm6u1sE
– Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) 1622963810000
In a series of tweets, Governor Dhankhar said that there was rampant retributive violence after the elections in West Bengal and lashed out at the TMC government led by Mamata Banerjee for allegedly using the police to attack its political opponents.
Addressing Dhankhar as “uncleji”, Moitra said the only way he will improve Bengal’s “bleak situation” is if he moves his “regretful self back to Delhi and finds another job.”
Addressing other BJP leaders, Moitra said the governor may consider advising CM Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh on “the best way to oppose Thok Do.” In addition, he said that he could also advise Union Interior Minister Amit Shah on “the best way to hide during a pandemic.”
Moitra also shared a list of names: OSD for Governor Abbhudoy Singh Sekhawat, OSD coordinator Akhil Chowdhury, OSD administration Ruchi Dubey, OSD protocol Prasant Diksit, OSD-IT Koustav S Valikar and newly appointed OSD Kishan Dhankar.
And Uncleji, while you’re at it, take with you the extended family you have settled in at WB RajBhavan. https://t.co/a8KpNjynx9
– Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) 1622964629000
The TMC deputy said that Sekhawat is the son of Dhankhar’s brother-in-law, and Ruchi Dubey and Prasant Diksit are respectively the wife and brother of his former aide-de-camp (ADC), Major Gorang Diksit.
Valikar is the brother-in-law of current ADC Janardan Rao, while Kishan Dhankar is another close relative of the governor, Moitra alleged.
The TMC deputy, when contacted, further said: “We all have the democratic right to ask him questions. He keeps asking the state government questions. I would rather ask him to look in the mirror. He has brought his entire village and clan to Raj Bhavan “.
(With PTI inputs)