On Monday, the first day of the budget session in the West Bengal Assembly, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar could not deliver his inaugural address due to protests by BJP MLAs against the alleged violence in the recently held civic polls. On this, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee got furious and called it shameful for democracy. After this, Mamta reached the Raj Bhavan and met the Governor.
Ruckus of BJP MLAs in the House
The governor, who reached the house at 2 pm, could not deliver his address as BJP legislators carrying photographs and posters of alleged victims of violence in the civic body elections approached the plinth and raised slogans. Dhankhar twice urged the BJP MLAs to allow the proceedings to begin, but the BJP members did not agree. The protesting members also raised slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ in the House.
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As soon as the governor started leaving the house, members of the ruling party including Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee urged him to stop. After this, Dhankhar once again requested the BJP members to calm down and let the proceedings proceed, but the BJP members did not listen. TMC members also started raising anti-BJP slogans from 2:26 pm onwards. Along with Dhankhar, Speaker of the Assembly Biman Banerjee also urged the members to allow business to take place in the House. However, after this Mamta Banerjee went to the Raj Bhavan and met the Governor.
Mamta Banerjee rained on BJP
After this uproar by BJP, Mamta Banerjee got furious and she said, “We requested the Governor to read at least one line of his address and put it in the house, he accepted our request. What BJP did in Bengal Assembly today It is a matter of shame for democracy.BJP wanted to create constitutional crisis.