Kolkata: The ongoing tussle between West Bengal Trinamool Congress (TMC) government and West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankad is not even taking a name to stop. This time the issue of controversy has become the Governor's visit to North 24 Parganas. Actually, the governor has to go on a visit to North 24 Parganas on Tuesday. Governor Dhankad will hold a meeting with MPs, MLAs and other public representatives in Dhamakhali area here.
Regarding this meeting, the DM of North 24 Parganas has written a letter saying that no invitation will be sent to the meeting until permission is given. It has also been written in this letter that even the officers will not be able to attend this meeting because all the senior officers have gone with CM Mamata Banerjee on a tour of North Bengal.
At the same time, the governor has to say on this issue, is he under the state government? If he has to talk to anyone, then why he needs the permission of the state government? The governor said that "I informed the district administration about my visit on October 17 itself. The DM replied that action would be taken only after the permission of the state government. This is unconstitutional, I am not under the state government".