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BJP said this on Mamata and Governor's dispute; "Baba Saheb's constitution mocked in West Bengal"
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Kolkata:   For West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar, the issue of keeping the VIP gate of the assembly closed on Thursday has caught fire. BJP national general secretary and in-charge of West Bengal, Kailash Vijayvargiya, has attacked the Mamata Banerjee government saying that the Constitution of Babasaheb is flying in the state and CM Mamata Banerjee's unwritten constitution has been implemented here.

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In fact, Governor Dhankar had written a letter to the West Bengal Legislative Speaker on Wednesday, giving prior notice of Thursday's visit. On Thursday, he got off when he reached VIP gate number three of the assembly. It was said that the speaker of the assembly adjourned the house for two days. Even after waiting a long time, when no one came to open the gate, they were forced to enter from gate number four. The governor called it a shameful day for democracy. The BJP is now targeting the West Bengal government over this incident. In charge of West Bengal, Kailash Vijayvargiya has surrounded the government with two tweets.

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Vijayvargiya said in his tweet, "The assembly is constitutionally subordinate to the governor. After Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar informed in writing that he would come to the assembly on December 5, the VIP gate of the assembly was not opened even after his arrival. Even after prior notice, no officer was present there. "

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