Mamata’s decision to postpone north Bengal visit attracts opposition jibes

Kolkata, Sep 20 (IANS) The West Bengal government on Tuesday declared that Central Pastor Mamata Banerjee’s booked two-day visit to north Bengal from September 21 stands deferred, drawing in corresponds from resistance groups, who have connected the choice with the capture of North Bengal varsity Bad habit Chancellor Subiresh Bhattacharya regarding the multi-crore WBSSC enrollment trick.

During her two-day visit, the Central Priest should go to three projects at Uttarkanya which is considered as the small scale secretariat in north Bengal, Bagdogra and Bagha Jatin Park at Siliguri. As needs be, the region organizations were getting ready. However at that point came the somewhat late declaration that her planned visit has been dropped.

BJP lawmaker from Siliguri Gathering supporters in Darjeeling, Shankar Ghosh, said that the crossing out of the Central Priest’s planned visit is a purposeful face-saving activity on her part after the capture of Bhattacharya regarding the WBSSC enrollment inconsistencies trick.

“Not individuals from North Bengal but rather individuals from different pieces of the state are bringing up a similar issue. Nothing can be more disgraceful than the capture of a Bad habit Chancellor of an excellent state college for supposed affiliation monetary trick and tragically the fraudsters have the sponsorship and backing of the Central Clergyman of the state,” he guaranteed

Nonetheless, Trinamool Congress’ Darjeeling locale president, Aloke Chakraborty said that the crossing out of the Main Priest’s visit doesn’t have anything to do with the improvements on piece of the focal organizations. “The resistance is simply attempting to fall back on political mud-throwing over a routine regulatory declaration,” he said.