After the assembly elections are over in West Bengal, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has once again made a serious charge against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Dhankhar said on Friday that after the assembly election results, CM Mamata Banerjee remained silent on the violence that erupted in the state. He said that this silence of CM is a cause of concern for me. Dhankhar met several families from Cooch Behar in West Bengal who came to Dhubri in Assam. It has been claimed that these people are supporters of BJP and after the violence they have taken refuge in Dhubri.
Mamta’s silence, cause for concern: Dhankar
Dhankar said, ‘There was bloodshed and massacre in the state. I will not say much on this as the investigation in the case is going on, but the silence of the Chief Minister (Mamata Banerjee) is a cause of concern for me, ” he said. The governor alleged that Banerjee incited her supporters, especially women, to oppose the central security forces in her election campaign. Dhankhar said, ‘Such a word does not suit the Chief Minister. It is very painful for me that a Chief Minister did all this. It is against the rule of law. ‘
The Governor said that elections were held in four states and one union territory but the maximum violence occurred in Bengal and this is very unfortunate. Dhankar said, “People leave home and take shelter in other states when they feel insecure and feel that they will not get protection.” Dhankar thanked the Assam government for taking care of the people taking refuge in Dhubri.