No legislation & order, Bengal on brink, Guv tells Shah


Kolkata, July 20

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi at this time and knowledgeable him about “rampant corruption and nepotism” within the distribution of reduction to these hit by Cyclone Amphan, a press notice issued by the Governor’s workplace said.

Rather than benefitting the needy, the reduction was siphoned to members of the ruling celebration, triggering unrest and violence within the state, the Union Minister was informed.

The “worrisome and dangerously deteriorating law and order” state of affairs concentrating on political opponents and the “partisan” function of the police was mentioned too. “The role of the police leaves much to be desired,” the Governor mentioned. It was excessive time that exemplary motion was taken in opposition to senior police officers performing in utter disregard of conduct guidelines, he mentioned. Dhankhar targeted on “politicisation of higher education” and the function of Vice Chancellors.

He expressed concern on the alarming Covid-19 state of affairs in West Bengal with the toll rising every day and the abysmal lack of well being amenities to take care of the pandemic. — TNS



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