Kolkata: West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankar on Sunday accused the Trinamool Congress government of distancing itself from the rule of law and the state administration is moving away from the constitution.
He said the soul of Dr BR Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, was being struck.
“I am very disturbed, worried and in pain that the West Bengal administration is moving away from the path of the Constitution,” he told reporters after paying tribute to Ambedkar’s death anniversary.
“This is a far cry from the rule of law,” said Dhankhar, who has disagreed with the Trinamool Congress government since taking office in West Bengal.
The governor later said on Twitter that it is high time to “ensure governance in accordance with the Constitution and politically neutralize the police and administration.”
“The CS and DGP @WB Police have ignored the constitutional accountability, letter and attitude of the Constitution and the unresponsive stance has serious consequences,” he said.


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