West Bengal: Tension is increasing between the Mamata government and the Governor of West Bengal. Meanwhile, West Bengal Governor CV Ananda Bose has accused the Trinamool government (TMC) of spying efforts at his official residence Raj Bhavan. He today claimed on Tuesday that he has credible information regarding espionage at the Governor’s House in Kolkata.
In this regard, Governor CV Anand while talking to a news agency said that this is true. I had reliable information about espionage in Raj Bhavan. That issue has been referred to the concerned authorities. He further said that I will wait and see. Apart from this, Bose did not reveal who could be behind the alleged espionage attempt. It is noteworthy that there has been a tense relationship between the Governor and the state government on many issues.
Earlier this month, Bose had sought a report from the university on the installation of new plaques bearing the name of Rabindranath Tagore. He also renamed the northern gate of Raj Bhavan as ‘Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore Gate’. This happened when some plaques without Tagore’s name were installed inside the complex, leading to a major controversy.
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Bose alleged on November 16 that there is a culture of violence in Bengal politics. Reacting to the murder of the TMC worker, he had said that the law will take its course. We will definitely take strict action against it and Raj Bhavan will also do its duty. Strict action should be taken against violence.