West Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee hold closed door meeting with MPs to discuss and decide on the party’s strategies in the Parliament

News Desk: Following a closed-door meeting at her residence in Kalighat with TMC MPs West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee directed her party members on Thursday to raise issues, including IAS cadre rules, and central government withholding several bills related to Bengal, in the coming Budget Session of the Parliament.

MP Sudip Bandopadhyay told mediapersons “There are several issues that will be raised by the MPs in the Budget session of the Parliament. West Bengal Trinamool MPs will raise the issues like IAS cadre rule and about various bills that are being delayed and withheld for long, including bills related to change of name of the state, among others. The issue of central deprivation of the state has also been discussed in the meeting”.

The meeting was called today to discuss and decide on the party’s strategies in the Parliament. “West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, it seems, has been sent to Bengal for stalling the state government’s smooth functioning and speaking against the state. If he resigns on his own, it will be fine. Otherwise, we will also be vocal against him in the Parliament”.

“How can a nominated person like the Governor always speak against the elected government of the state?” he questioned.

“Everyone should give more time to the party and they should not try to play politics, Mamata Banerjee has directed the partymen and also said that she will also look into organisational related things” party sources said.