Kolkata: The communal violence that broke out in West Bengal Baduria over a Facebook post has led to a war of words between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and WB Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi. The words of war turned into a new twist when Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi has thrown a strong message to others.
West Bengal Governor on Thursday shuts the mouth of his all foe by saying ‘What I am, I am, and I do not care what someone said to me’. Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi said to the media after BJP leader Rahul Sinha compared Tripathi with the soldier today.
West Bengal Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi was verbally attacked by the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Education Minister Partho Chattopadhyay over the past few days. Mamata Banerjee said that the governor is behaving like a block president of BJP and also the way he spoke taking the side of BJP. Partho also threatened the Governor on that issue by saying TMC did not tolerate such behavior.
But on Thursday, BJP Ledaer Rahul Sinha made a strange comment said that Governor is acting as a soldier of the Prime Minister. After hear this statement, Keshrinath tripathi said I don’t care what someone said to me. Some Political persons on this issue think that Governor through these words gives them a lesson.
Earlier Tripathi rejected Mamata’s charges saying “there was nothing in the talks for Mamata Banerjee to have felt insulted, threatened or humiliated”. State BJP President Dilip Ghosh wondered why the chief minister felt insulted when the Governor inquired about an inciden
The communal violence broke out in North 24 Parganas district, prompting the Centre to rush 300 paramilitary personnel. According to Banerjee the clashes between members of two communities have broken out in Baduria in Basirhat sub-division of the district over the “objectionable” post.