Ruling party members physically and verbally obstructed him in the assembly on Monday. This is what Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar said this evening while acknowledging the allegations of Shuvendu Adhikari. Jagdeep Dhankhar made the demand while attending a function at Shyamaprasad Bhavan in Bhabanipur on Monday evening. He also advised both sides to look into the matter.
On the same day, the governor said that the members of the ruling party had obstructed me physically and mentally in the assembly. Marshall’s intervention is inevitable in this situation, according to parliamentary rules. I ask the secretary of the assembly to call the marshal. Marshall refused to intervene. This contempt of the Parliamentary rules is painful ‘.
On this day, the BJP MLAs started protesting just before the Governor’s speech at the beginning of the budget session in the Assembly. At least 60 MLAs marched on the streets carrying banners and placards in protest of the terror attack. They continue to demonstrate. Meanwhile, when the governor was about to leave the assembly, the chief minister stopped him first. Later, Trinamool women legislators stood around the governor’s chair. After the demonstration lasted for about an hour, the governor left the assembly after reading the first and last lines of his speech.
After that, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee went to Raj Bhavan and met the Governor. Mamata claimed that if the governor had left without reading the speech, an organizational crisis would have been created.