Mamata Banerjee Calls Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar a ‘Corrupted Man’, Says His Name Was in 1996 Hawala Jain Case Chargesheet

The confrontation between West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has intensified. Mamata Banerjee demanded from the central government that the governor should be removed from his post immediately. Along with this, Mamata Banerjee alleged that he is trying to disturb Bengal. Mamata Banerjee said that he is a corrupt person and there are cases like Hawala against him. Chargesheet was filed against him. He wants to dictate everyone. Talking to the media, Mamata said that she has never seen such a governor before

During the press conference, when Mamata was asked whether she has written any new appeal or any letter against the governor in addition to the three letters already written for his removal, she replied that a journalist has sent her all the details that the governor’s name was also in the Hawala Jain case.

Mamata further said that the matter reached the court and then the PIL was filed and it is still pending. Mamata did not stop here, she further said with that what else do you want to know. She said that the governor is a corrupt person..forgive me for saying so. Raising the question, Mamata said that why is the central government promoting such a governor..?

Mamata Banerjee said that if the central government does not know about the Hawala Jain case, then I myself say that take out the charge sheet … whether his name was there in that charge sheet or not. Mamata directly accused the Center and said that first you managed the court then again court case happened .. and till now that court case has not been decided.

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West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has categorically rejected the allegations of CM Mamata Banerjee saying that my name is not in any charge sheet and there is no such document.

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