Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee felt insulted by the words of Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi on the fuming issue of the communal clashes in Basirhat’s Baduria. She said that his behavior has for once convinced her to quit as the Chief Minister of the state.
An irked Mamata was addressing a press conference at Nabanna where she blurted out her grievances against Tripathi and slammed his alleged misbehaviour.
“His behaviour resembled that of a BJP Block President. He deserves all the respect as a constitutional right but should maintain his stance too. I am not elected due to the wishes of any other political party. This is the worst kind of scornful behaviour I have encountered,” she said. “Governor has apparently threatened me. I am not serving as a slave for someone. I will not tolerate such misgivings in future,” she added.
On the similar note, Mamata reached out to the public claiming that Government can keep an eye on every Facebook account that triggers communal clashes.