CM Mamata Banerjee: ‘If you have the courage to sign the bill’ Mamata targets Governor to join BJP

CM Mamata Banerjee: Mamata compares CV Anand Bose on the issue of interference in the education sector.
New conflict between Raj Bhavan and Nabanna. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee mocked Governor CV Anand Bose from the stage of the World Adivasi Day program in Jhargram. Today is World Indigenous Peoples’ Day. On this day, Mamata held a meeting in Jhargram. On Wednesday, he attended the Adivasi Day program at Jhargram Stadium. Spending time with the natives. At the meeting, Mamata compared the Anand Bose CV to the issue of interference in the education sector.

Mamata said, “We have set up a university here in Jhargram. Our governor now wears dark glasses. He can wear ten instead of one. He walks with knowledge. But even if we send names, they don’t (appoint vice-chancellors). They bring in people from Kerala and install them as they wish. It’s worth remembering that to become a VC (vice-chancellor), you need to have at least 10 years’ teaching experience. We don’t accept them. If you have the honest courage, I would say that the bill you have, to Chief Minister Acharya, sign it.
Mamata also gave an update on tribal development on this day. He said, “I have set up a university in Jhargram. But there’s no VC, no registrar. Because he puts BJP people like him. I make the university, and he retains it by brokering. We don’t accept that.
The Navanna-Rajyapal conflict is not new to the state. The rivalry between the Chief Minister and the Governor has intensified since the time of Jagdeep Dhankhar. This time, Mamata has once again single-handedly taken on the new Governor CV Anand Bose. This is what Bengal’s political arena is all about today.


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