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Recall the Governor of West Bengal - Communist Party of India Resolution | June 15, 2021

Friday 18 June 2021

The National Executive of the Communist Party of India adopted the following resolution in its meeting on 15th June 2021

The National Executive meeting of the Communist Party of India expressed its displeasure over the activities of West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankar. His actions are definitely against the prescribed norms of Indian Constitution. After taking over the responsibility as the governor he started behaving like BJP representative ignoring all moral and government protocols supposed to be followed by a constitutional authority.

His role before the election, during the election and after the election remains the same. He is disrespecting the election verdict and is aiming at creating instability and unrest in West Bengal. Such behaviour from a constitutional head of a state is unacceptable.

The National Executive believes that his continuation as the governor of West Bengal will further vitiate the relations between the governments at the Centre and the state and damage the federal character of our Constitution.

The National Executive demands that the President of India must immediately recall Jagdeep Dhankar.

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