Officials skip Bengal Governor’s swearing-in ceremony over seat-sharing, say ‘feeling humiliated’ india news

KOLKATA: Leader of the Opposition in Bengal Shubhendu Adhikari on Wednesday skipped the swearing-in ceremony of the new governor, alleging that the TMC government “insulted” him by allotting him a seat along with two MLAs who had defected to the BJP last time. had joined the ruling party. assembly elections of the year
The BJP leader also claimed that the TMC government was practicing “vendetta politics” as it was yet to recover from Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s election defeat in Nandigram.
“To humiliate me and the BJP at the swearing-in ceremony, I was given a seat next to two MLAs who had won the elections last year on party tickets and later joined the TMC without resigning as MLAs of the saffron camp I had gone
“This TMC government is acting in a vindictive manner. It is yet to digest the fact that the TMC supremo lost to me in Nandigram. The government did not maintain decorum and disrespected the chair of the Leader of the Opposition. Therefore, I Abandoned it.” program,” the official told reporters.
Senior BJP leaders were pointing to Raiganj MLA Krishna Kalyani and Bangaon MLA Vishwajit Das.
CV Anand Bose took oath as the Governor of Bengal earlier in the day.
He was administered the oath of office by Calcutta High Court Chief Justice Prakash Srivastava in the presence of the Chief Minister, other state ministers and Assembly Speaker Biman Banerjee.
The official further said that TMC MPs Sudip Bandopadhyay and Mala Roy were given front row seats at the event, while BJP’s Balurghat MP and state president Sukant Majumdar was given a back row seat.
He said, “Mamata Banerjee had an opportunity to show poise and decorum and accommodate the opposition for an occasion like the swearing-in ceremony of the Honorable Governor. She failed to do so.”
Responding to the officer’s allegations, TMC spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said the BJP leader did not attend the event for “frivolous reasons”.
“The officer is not a saint who can make tall claims about etiquette. We are aware of the kind of language he uses against our Chief Minister every day. was given due respect and recognition. He set a bad example by skipping the event,” Ghosh said.

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