Kolkata: The West Bengal Government on Wednesday reiterated its commitment to transparency and probity in governance, while Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar came down heavily on the Mamata Banerjee Government for its alleged confrontational stance.
Taking to its twitter handle, the State Home Department said, ” Repeated Attempts are being made from certain quarters to question conduct of public officers, their roles and responsibilities through tweets. ”
” Govt of West Bengal is committed to transparency and probity in governance, ” it added.
” We wish to put on record that there is no ‘enquiry’ pending against Sri Gyanwant Singh, IPS, ” it stated.
Mr Dhankhar took a swipe at the Mamata Banerjee Government for its alleged confrontational stance.
Taking to his twitter handle, Mr Dhankhar said, ” Confrontation stance @MamataOfficial-governance disaster- Farmers in State already lost direct benefit of Rs. 8,400 crores. ”
” Each farmer denied direct benefit of Rs 12,000, ” he added. ” Concerned @KolkataPolice @WBPolice similar strategy execution to preempt action against delinquents, ” Mr Dhankhar rued.
” Would not ‘fiddle’ in office with Governance @MamataOfficial getting unconstitutional & rule of law norms are in flames, ” he averred.
Expressing concern at the alleged silence of CS and DGP, Mr Dhankhar said, ” Concerned at silence of CS and DGP @WBPolice on enquiry against Gyanwant IPS; role #SSAPurkayastha #RinaMitra ! ”
” Why CS and DGP suffering extra legal bossism! ” he questioned. ” Mystery unfolding on report of Sept 01 filed of Sept 09 and its media surfacing on Sept 26. The epicentre actor, presently not in seat, in full operation, unmindful that law spares none, ” he iterated.
” Such ganging to provide cover to law violators is severe crime, ” the Governor said and hoped sanity will prevail.