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Governor Dhankhar wrote a letter to Mamta, expressing strong resentment over death in police custody

new Delhi. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has once again written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (CM mamata Banerjee). This time he has…

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new Delhi. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has once again written a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (CM mamata Banerjee). This time he has expressed dissatisfaction over the death of Bharatiya Janata Party worker Madan Ghorai in police custody. The Governor has asked to take strict measures against the policemen convicted for the chaotic situation prevailing in the state.

The politics of West Bengal (West Bengal) has been warmed by the Governor raising the issue of suspicious death in police custody of BJP worker in his letter. He also mentioned the resentment among the people about the chaotic situation in the state in the letter.

Responsibility of better governance government

He has said in his letter that violent incidents are being discussed outside the state’s borders in the country and also in the world. He reminded CM Mamta of the constitutional provisions that maintaining state law and order, giving better governance, working in public interest with full impartiality are among the responsibilities of the state government. Even the order of the Supreme Court continues to be ignored.

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The politics over the death of a BJP Madan Ghorai in police custody in East Medinipur district of West Bengal under suspicious circumstances is at its peak. The deceased Madan Ghorai was the local booth vice president. The BJP has demanded a probe from the CBI in the matter.

State’s image deteriorated due to human rights violation

Similarly, the incident of police atrocities with Balwinder Singh on 8 October is already in the news for the violation of human rights. The BJP’s turban landing incident has been termed by BJP as an insult to Balwinder Singh, a resident of Bathinda. Party leaders said that by doing this the police hurt religious sentiments.

Balwinder’s turban fell on his own

On the other hand, seeing this matter catching on, the West Bengal Police has also presented a cleanliness. State police says that our intention was not to insult Balwinder. Bengal police say that the turban fell on its own while snatching the pistol from Balwinder.

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Political assassination

Kailash Vijayvargiya, BJP national general secretary and in-charge of West Bengal, termed it as a political murder in police custody and said that it was happening on the co-operation of CM Mamata and Trinamool Congress.








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