Public servants acting politically would face wrath of law, said the governor
November 17, 2020 (Delhi): West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar blamed the state police for treating BJP’s Ranaghat MP Jagannath Sarkar unreasonably at the last customs service of armed force faculty Subodh Ghosh, who was executed as of late in a truce infringement by Pakistan, and looked for a report from authorities.
In a progression of tweets, alongside recordings, he said that the local officials acting politically would confront “rage” of law.
“Democracy @MamataOfficial shamed! Ruling party MP a guest and opposition MP so browbeaten on such solemn occasion. Exemplary consequences for this delinquency in uniform @WBPolice must if democracy is to survive. Public servants acting politically would face wrath of law,” he said in another tweet.
“Alerted State Security Advisor @MamataOfficial Sarjitkar Purkayastha “I have frankly no idea of obligations at your end for want of information from the State, but surely anyone concerned with governance would be shaken at such outrageous transgressions by persons in uniform,” he tweeted.
In the course of recent months, Dhankhar has been at loggerheads with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee more than a few issues.
Banerjee had before additionally blamed Dhankhar for running a “equal organization” in the state.