West Bengal: TMC Says Govt Will Not Release 3 Ips Officers For Central Deputation, Dares Center To Impose President Rule In State – TMC’s refusal to deploy 3 officers of Bengal at center, said this regarding President’s rule


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Following the attack on BJP President JP Nadda’s convoy in West Bengal, the Union Home Ministry issued a re-order on Thursday to summon three IPS officers on central deputation, but now TMC has flatly denied it. The party said that under no circumstances will we send our officers to the center and if there is courage in the center, then the President should show rule in the state.

At the same time, on this matter, the Union Home Ministry has said that according to the IPS cadre rules, in the event of a dispute, the state has to accept the status of the Center. The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that three IPS officers have already been given new responsibilities and they should be relieved immediately.

Mamata will not bow down to ‘expansionist’ forces: Mamata
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that the Government of India’s order to summon three serving IPS officers of West Bengal on central deputation, despite the objection of the state, is a great example of the tremendous misuse of the power of emergency provision of IPS Cadre Rule 1954. He said that the state government would never bow down to the expansionist and undemocratic forces.

The TMC president said, the act is nothing but a deliberate attempt to encroach upon the jurisdiction of the state and discourage serving officers in West Bengal. The move is against the basic principles of the federal structure, especially before elections. This is unconstitutional and completely unacceptable!

The Chief Minister further said, We will not allow this effort by the Center to control the state machinery by proxy! West Bengal is not going to bow down to the expansionist and undemocratic forces.

The Trinamool Congress is facing difficulties in West Bengal. After the resignation of Suvendu Adhikari, now MLA Jitendra Tiwari has resigned as chairman of the Board of Administrators of Asansol Municipal Corporation. There are reports that Tiwari may soon join the BJP. Tiwari wrote a letter to the West Bengal government a few days ago, accusing this industrial city of being deprived of central funds.

My office broke down as soon as I resign: Tiwari
Jitendra Tiwari told the media after resigning that within an hour of leaving the post of administrator, my office was demolished following instructions from Kolkata. In such a situation, it is not possible for me to live with them now. I have resigned from the post of District Head (TMC) of the party.

Here, Suvendu Adhikari has also resigned from the primary membership of the Trinamool Congress party on Thursday, a day after the MLA quit. Party sources gave this information. The officer also resigned from the state cabinet last month. According to sources, the officer has written to Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee informing her of her decision to resign from the primary membership of the party.

Following the attack on BJP President JP Nadda’s convoy in West Bengal, the Union Home Ministry issued a re-order on Thursday to summon three IPS officers on central deputation, but now TMC has flatly denied it. The party said that under no circumstances will we send our officers to the center and if there is courage in the center, then the President should show rule in the state.

At the same time, on this matter, the Union Home Ministry has said that according to the IPS cadre rules, in the event of a dispute, the state has to accept the status of the Center. The Ministry of Home Affairs has said that three IPS officers have already been given new responsibilities and they should be relieved immediately.

Mamata will not bow down to ‘expansionist’ forces: Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that the Government of India’s order to summon three serving IPS officers of West Bengal on central deputation, despite the objection of the state, is a great example of the tremendous misuse of the power of emergency provision of IPS Cadre Rule 1954. He said that the state government would never bow down to the expansionist and undemocratic forces.

The TMC president said, the act is nothing but a deliberate attempt to encroach upon the jurisdiction of the state and discourage serving officers in West Bengal. The move is against the basic principles of the federal structure, especially before elections. This is unconstitutional and completely unacceptable!

The Chief Minister further said, We will not allow this effort by the Center to control the state machinery by proxy! West Bengal is not going to bow down to the expansionist and undemocratic forces.

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