- Mamata made the solicitation letter to the PM and said her administration “isn’t delivering” the top official.
- Mamata Banerjee said she anticipated the Center’s collaboration during these bleak occasions.
On Monday, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee mentioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to pull out the Center’s organization reviewing state boss secretary Alapan Bandyopadhyay. She made the solicitation in a letter to the PM and said her administration “isn’t delivering” the top official.
Bandyopadhyay’s administration was as of late reached out for a quarter of a year with the goal that he could keep on serving in the state as it confronted the destructive Covid sickness (Covid-19) emergency, the CM said.
She was “shocked and stunned” by the order:
Adding that she was “stunned constantly” by the request as it accompanies no earlier discussion with the state government, she requested that PM Modi revoke it out in the open interest.
“I modestly demand you to pull out, review, rethink your choice and cancel the most recent supposed request in the bigger public interest. I appeal to your heart and better than average, for the sake of individuals of West Bengal,” she composed.
The West Bengal government cannot release, CM wrote:
“The West Bengal government can’t deliver, and isn’t delivering its central secretary at this basic hour, based on our agreement that the previous request of expansion, given after legitimate interview as per relevant laws, stays operational and substantial,” she further composed.
in her letter, Further, Mamata Banerjee stated:
In her letter, the CM likewise said she trusted the Center’s choice to review the central secretary steered clear of her gathering with PM Modi at West Bengal’s Kalaikunda Air Force Station a week ago.
“I rescheduled everything to hurry to Kalaikunda to go to the gathering with you, joined by the main secretary of my state. I was confined at Sagar…and yet I came to before the booked gathering to show most extreme regard for your office…” she said in her letter.
During the gathering, West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, a couple of other Union clergymen and a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA were additionally present, as indicated by the letter.
“The Governor had no task to carry out in the meeting…” the CM composed. “…an individual MLA, having no locus, going to the gathering was unsatisfactory,” she added.
Signing off, Mamata Banerjee stated:
Closing down, Mamata Banerjee said she anticipated the Center’s collaboration during these bleak occasions.
“I’m certain you won’t dispense further enduring on individuals of this state by removing the administrations of an accomplished officer…suddenly with no consultation…” she said.