‘What Secret Does Chief Secretary Maintain?’ Suvendu Accuse Mamata of Destroying Federal Construction

Mamata’s aide turned bête noire Suvendu Adhikari has launched a scathing assault towards the Bengal chief minister for refusing to launch Chief Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay and alleged her of destroying India’s federal construction and bringing disrepute to the CM workplace. Adhikari mentioned {that a} theatre of the absurd is taking part in out in West Bengal and demanded strictest motion the Chief Secretary.

“For the sake of her own ego, to destroy India’s federal structure and protect the Chief Secretary for his indiscipline, (non-MLA) CM Mamata Didi is bringing disrepute to the CM office and the Constitution of India. What secrets does the outgoing CS know that (non-MLA) CM Mamata is moving heaven and earth to protect him?” he questioned.

In a sequence of tweets, the BJP MLA launched an assault towards Mamata and demanded strict motion towards the Chief Secretary and questioned what secret does the Chief Secretary maintain in order that Mamata is adamant on defending him.

“I demand strictest action be taken against the outgoing CS for indiscipline, violating service rules at a time of a natural disaster and a global pandemic, irregularities, and not helping others just because of sinister political games. TMC has failed the people of West Bengal. Looting tax payer money is TMC’s favourite hobby. Outgoing CS and now “advisor” to (non-MLA) CM Mamata will get pleasure from a cushty wage of Rs. 2.5 lakhs monthly and comfortable perks,” he added in one other tweet.

On Could 28, Alapan Bandopadhyay was recalled by the Centre on deputation reportedly for his absence within the Cyclone evaluation assembly chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Kalaikunda on Could 28. Reacting to which, Banerjee wrote a letter to the prime minister on Monday, saying she was “shocked and shocked” by the “unilateral order” asking Bandyopadhyay to report back to the Centre, and made it clear that the state authorities “will not be releasing” him. In a five-page letter, she urged the prime minister to reconsider the Centre’s decision recalling the chief secretary after giving him a three-month extension.

Alapan was due to retire on May 31, 2021 but he was given a three-month extension on request of the West Bengal government amid surge in COVID-19 cases and considering his vast experience in managing relief operations during natural calamity. However, amid a recall order, Alapan decided to discontinue his extension and expressed his desire to retire. Following his decision, she was made Mamata Banerjee’s Chief Adviser on Monday.

The central deputation of Alapan Bandopadhyay is the latest round of tussle between Mamata Banerjee and Centre.

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