After the attack on the convoy of BJP National President JP Nadda in Kolkata on Thursday, political mercury has gone up from Kolkata to Lakir Delhi. Governor Jagdeep Dhankar has sent his report to the Home Ministry regarding this incident. On all these issues, Governor Dhankar spoke to India Today and made it clear that he does not favor any party but is discharging his obligations by remaining within the constitutional scope.
On the question related to constitutional breakdown and President’s rule in the state, the Governor of West Bengal said that I will not comment on this, but whatever happened yesterday was an alarming situation. This was an event that pushed the democratic system. You will not believe that when I came to know about the visit of BJP national president in the morning, I alerted the state DGP at 8 am. Apart from this, I was also in touch with the Chief Secretary.
During a conversation with senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai, Governor Dhankar further said that I had shared the information of the program with all of them at 8 pm. And after 19 minutes after that I received the message of the Chief Secretary at 8.19. He said that I have alerted the DGP. Half an hour later, when I received information about the violent behavior of the people.