By Suvasish Poddar – 7th July, 2017
Tripura Governor backs K N Tripathi, accuses TMC regime Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy today charged the Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal of stifling data on public uproars in Baduria.
He said his partner K N Tripathi is well inside his rights to make inquiries to the state organization. Following this, Trinamool Congress activists indicated dark banners to him. “The senator has each privilege to make inquiries and if necessary offer recommendation (to state government).
There is nothing incorrectly in it,” Roy told columnists at the sidelines of a birth commemoration program of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. “To the extent I know him (Tripathi), he is not the sort of a man who can mortify or affront somebody,” Roy said. Tripathi and the Mamata Banerjee government were at loggerheads over the common uproars in Baduria territory of North 24 Parganas region. Remarking on the uproars, Roy stated, “I have seen revolts in Bengal both amid Left administration and in TMC administration.
Be that as it may, the state of mind of this legislature is to smother the issue. The media was additionally short of revealing the uproars prior. “Be that as it may, the truth of the matter is you can’t cure an ailment by concealing it. You need to give pharmaceutical and treatment to cure it.
Concealing an issue won’t tackle it, you need to make a move to explain it,” he said at the program in Calcutta University grounds. Trinamool Chhatra Parishad, understudies wing of the decision TMC, demonstrated dark banners to Roy and requested expulsion of Tripathi from the post of Bengal representative. The Tripura representative declined to remark on being indicated dark banners.