PM meet row: Jagdeep Dhankhar says Mamata Banerjee skipped 'public service' over 'ego'

1st June,2021

PM meet row: Jagdeep Dhankhar says Mamata Banerjee skipped 'public service' over 'ego'



West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Tuesday blended new debate by saying "inner self beat help" on Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee avoiding Prime Minister Narendra Modi's gathering to audit post-typhoon harms on May 28.

Dhankhar said the central priest had assembled him before the conference at Kalaikunda in Paschim Medinipur region and demonstrated that she will not go to it if Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari is available in it."Constrained by bogus account to set record on the right track: On May 27 at 2316 hrs CM @MamataOfficial informed 'may I talk? pressing'," Dhankhar tweeted."Thereafter on telephone demonstrated blacklist by her and authorities of PM Review Meet #CycloneYaas if LOP @SuvenduWB goes to it. Inner self beat Public assistance," he said in another Twitter post.

Other than Adhikary, Dhankhar and BJP MP Debosree Chaudhuri were available at the gathering.

The main clergyman said she avoided the gathering on the grounds that "a BJP MLA has no locus to be available in a PM-CM meeting". Adhikari has crushed Banerjee in Nandigram seat in the new gathering races.

In a letter to the head administrator on Monday, Banerjee had stated, "I needed to have a calm word with you, a gathering between the PM and the CM not surprisingly. You, notwithstanding, modified the design of the gathering to incorporate a neighborhood MLA from your gathering and I am of the view that he had no locus to be available in a PM-CM meeting."

Banerjee had likewise referenced in the letter that she had no issue with the presence of the lead representative and other Union clergymen in the gathering.