Adhir Takes Up Bagri Fire-Dengue Issues To Governor


Kolkata: West Bengal Congress supremo Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has knocked the door of governor Kesharinath Tripathi alleging the failure of disaster management department in devastating Bagri market fire. A delegation team in leadership of Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has visited Raj Bhavan. They have also reported about the increasing rate of dengue.

The Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has slammed Mamata after submitting an affidavit. He said that, CM takes decision in rush without checking the background. So investigations remains no value. The inefficiency of State government is highlighting in the incident of bridge collaps and continuous fir e incidents. The trap of dengue is increasing. Governor has also alleged that we are not getting informed the reason behind a incident as well as the mastermind behind it.

Before going to Raj Bhavan, Congress President held a meeting with Australian Deputy High Commissioner Rod Hilton. Chowdhury said on that meeting, that, “Australia has made a mosquito to fight dengue virus.” There are mechanism like this. But West bengal government talks a lot but work less. A rally will be there from Moulali to Dharmatala on September 24 in protest of Dengue disease.