Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar once more lashed out on the state over the law and order state of affairs. He complained that there was unrest in Tiljala of Kolkata. Besides, MP Locket Chatterjee’s automotive was slapped in Chandanagar.
On Thursday, Dhankhar stated on Twitter, “Mamata Banerjee’s administration must take all necessary measures to maintain peace in Chandannagar and Tiljala areas of Baliganj.” Strong message (being given) to Kolkata Police and West Bengal Police to take steps to stop the state of affairs from getting worse. It is time to carry these accountable accountable. ‘ Dhankhar additionally directed the police to rise above ‘biased pursuits’. He usually blames the Trinamool Congress authorities for the law and order state of affairs in the state.
No unrest has been reported in Kolkata up to now. However, a police official, talking on situation of anonymity, stated there was a minor altercation between locals in the south-east of Kolkata. There have been reviews of hassle between the 2 teams. No casualties have been reported. However, Calcutta Police and RAF are deployed in the realm. A high-ranking officer of Kolkata Police (South-East Division) went to the spot. A gathering was additionally held on behalf of the police.
On the opposite hand, Lockett left for Pandua Hospital in Hooghly on Thursday to speak to medical doctors and well being staff. But earlier than getting into the hospital, protesters surrounded his automotive. The BJP claimed that Trinamool Congress staff had protested. According to the Trinamool Congress, MPs haven’t been seen in the realm for the final three years. Come now. And the Trinamool has rejected the allegation of attacking Lockett’s automotive. According to the ruling occasion leaders, the Hughli MP broke the automotive glass himself in the course of the voting.