The state education minister Partha Chatterjee on Friday said that the governor should be administered a sleeping pill. The governor in West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar earlier made the statements on the free and fair polls in Bengal but the state witnessed violence during the elections, the governor said.
The Trinamool Maha Sachib said that the governor has to make statement regularly otherwise he can’t sleep. That’s why he should be administered sleeping pills. “The election process is controlled by the election commission and the commission would look after it. But the governor is trying to influence the election. The governor doesn’t his duty as he has come to West Bengal to do. He actually does the work as a spokesperson of a political party, it is very unfortunate,” he said. On the issue of joining Suvendu’s brother Soumendu to BJP, Chatterjee said that it doesn’t any matter for Trinamool while whoever joined in which party. He also added, “I can say that Trinamool has been more powerful then earlier while the Trinamool Congress is moving ahead together and unitedly. The Trinamool Maha Sachib also said that some present activities in Visva-Bharati university hurt the traditional glory of the Visva-Bharati . The construction of boundary wall, the banning of poush mela, basanta utsab hampered the glorious tradition of Visva-Bharati university. The people in Bolpur along with Mamata Banerjee already have raised their voices to protest against such activities. This protest movement will be continued,” he said. The education minister also said that Suvendu Adhikari can leave the party and join another but he shouldn’t wipeout the past to continue with the politics.” While the education minister was asked about the reopen of the schools and colleges, he said, “I have already ordered the sanitization works to have started in schools and colleges. The state government can declare the date of the reopening of the schools and colleges anytime. We have to be ready for this and our first job is to free the schools and colleges from the virus.”