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‘Uncultured conduct: Suvendu Adhikari skips Bengal guv’s swearing-in ceremony over seat allocation

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'Uncultured conduct: Suvendu Adhikari skips Bengal guv's swearing-in ceremony over seat allocation

By Express News Service

KOLKATA: Mercury in Bengal politics soared up on the day of newly appointed governor C. V. Ananda Bose’s swearing-in ceremony on Wednesday as Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari skipped the occasion over the difficulty of his seating association.

Adhikari alleged he was given a seat beside two MLAs who had been elected on BJP’s ticket within the 2021 Assembly elections however defected to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) which was designed with a political motive.

“The sitting association made by the Information and Cultural Affairs division of the state authorities was a mirrored image of the ruling get together’s political revenge sport. Two MLAs, Krishna Kalyani and Biswajit Das, was elected as BJP candidate and shifted their police allegiance to the TMC. I skipped the swearing-in ceremony protesting towards my sitting association,’’ mentioned Adhikari.

Describing the sitting association as “uncultured conduct’’, Adhikari tweeted, ‘’The Information & Cultural Affairs Dept; WB Govt had made the preparations of the oath-taking ceremony. Sitting preparations as per the Minister in Charge @MamataOfficial’s whim.’’

Adhikari additionally alleged that the BJP MP Sukanta Majumdar, who’s the state president of the saffron camp, was given a seat behind the TMC MPs.

Hitting out at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Adhikari mentioned, ‘’She can not overlook her defeat in Nandigram by me. She needed to get elected from a seat in Kolkata to proceed because the Chief Minister.’’

Heartiest Congratulations to Dr CV Ananda Bose as he takes oath because the Governor of West Bengal.

The Information & Cultural Affairs Dept; WB Govt has made the preparations for the oath taking ceremony.
Seating preparations as per the Minister in Charge @MamataOfficial’s whim: pic.twitter.com/ovbTMqGsif

— Suvendu Adhikari • শুভেন্দু অধিকারী (@SuvenduWB) November 23, 2022

TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh described Adhikari’s resolution to skip the swearing-in occasion for instance of uncultured political conduct.  

Shortly after assuming workplace, Bose obtained the primary letter of grievance from state Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury accusing the ruling TMC of misusing administrative energy.  

Referring to Congress’s victory in defeating the TMC in Jhalda municipality in Purulia in a vote of confidence on Monday, Chowdhury alleged the councillors of his get together are below torture and menace by the TMC and he sought the governor’s intervention.

The appointment of Bose, a former IAS officer, because the governor is alleged to be politically important because the BJP’s Bengal chapter expressed its unhappiness over the position of La Ganesan, the constitutional head of Manipur who was in command of Bengal, as he most well-liked to take care of silence on the difficulty of a TMC minister’s comment on the President look.

Bengal witnessed a slew of face-offs between the state authorities and former governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on a number of points starting from poor governance to the state’s legislation and order scenario.

The TMC accused Dhankhar on a number of events of working on the behest of the BJP and alleged that the Raj Bhavan had become an extension of the saffron camp’s get together workplace.

KOLKATA: Mercury in Bengal politics soared up on the day of newly appointed governor C. V. Ananda Bose’s swearing-in ceremony on Wednesday as Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari skipped the occasion over the difficulty of his seating association.

Adhikari alleged he was given a seat beside two MLAs who had been elected on BJP’s ticket within the 2021 Assembly elections however defected to the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) which was designed with a political motive.

“The sitting association made by the Information and Cultural Affairs division of the state authorities was a mirrored image of the ruling get together’s political revenge sport. Two MLAs, Krishna Kalyani and Biswajit Das, was elected as BJP candidate and shifted their police allegiance to the TMC. I skipped the swearing-in ceremony protesting towards my sitting association,’’ mentioned Adhikari.

Describing the sitting association as “uncultured conduct’’, Adhikari tweeted, ‘’The Information & Cultural Affairs Dept; WB Govt had made the preparations of the oath-taking ceremony. Sitting preparations as per the Minister in Charge @MamataOfficial’s whim.’’

Adhikari additionally alleged that the BJP MP Sukanta Majumdar, who’s the state president of the saffron camp, was given a seat behind the TMC MPs.

Hitting out at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Adhikari mentioned, ‘’She can not overlook her defeat in Nandigram by me. She needed to get elected from a seat in Kolkata to proceed because the Chief Minister.’’

Heartiest Congratulations to Dr CV Ananda Bose as he takes oath because the Governor of West Bengal.
The Information & Cultural Affairs Dept; WB Govt has made the preparations for the oath taking ceremony.
Seating preparations as per the Minister in Charge @MamataOfficial’s whim: pic.twitter.com/ovbTMqGsif
— Suvendu Adhikari • শুভেন্দু অধিকারী (@SuvenduWB) November 23, 2022
TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh described Adhikari’s resolution to skip the swearing-in occasion for instance of uncultured political conduct.  

Shortly after assuming workplace, Bose obtained the primary letter of grievance from state Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury accusing the ruling TMC of misusing administrative energy.  

Referring to Congress’s victory in defeating the TMC in Jhalda municipality in Purulia in a vote of confidence on Monday, Chowdhury alleged the councillors of his get together are below torture and menace by the TMC and he sought the governor’s intervention.

The appointment of Bose, a former IAS officer, because the governor is alleged to be politically important because the BJP’s Bengal chapter expressed its unhappiness over the position of La Ganesan, the constitutional head of Manipur who was in command of Bengal, as he most well-liked to take care of silence on the difficulty of a TMC minister’s comment on the President look.

Bengal witnessed a slew of face-offs between the state authorities and former governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on a number of points starting from poor governance to the state’s legislation and order scenario.

The TMC accused Dhankhar on a number of events of working on the behest of the BJP and alleged that the Raj Bhavan had become an extension of the saffron camp’s get together workplace.