Mamata Banerjee Delhi Visit: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee may visit Delhi on July 25. She said today that she will visit Delhi during the monsoon session of Parliament. I go to Delhi every time after elections to meet friends.
Mamta said that if given time, she will also meet PM Modi and President Ram Nath Kovind. Let us tell you that the relationship between Bengal and the central government has been very tense. After the violence in Bengal after the assembly elections, the sourness had increased further.
Let us tell you that this will be Mamta’s first visit to Delhi after assuming the chair of Chief Minister in May. Several media reports have claimed that CM Mamta will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi, NCP chief Sharad Pawar and other leaders of the opposition in Delhi.
Wind up front against BJP
Mamata Banerjee has fueled speculation of playing a bigger role in the opposition front by keeping the BJP out of power in Bengal. In fact, in the last few days, election strategist Prashant Kishor has met Sharad Pawar and Rahul Gandhi separately. After these meetings, the opposition’s barricade against the BJP has got wind.
Mamta’s statement on NHRC report
On the NHRC report, Mamta said that the NHRC should respect the judiciary, it should not have leaked the report related to the post-poll violence, which was only for submission to the High Court.
The NHRC committee, in its report submitted on the post-poll violence, has said that the situation in West Bengal is like a “rule of the ruler” rather than a “rule of law”. The NHRC committee, in its report to the Calcutta High Court, has recommended a CBI probe into “serious crimes like murder and rape”.