Mamata Banerjee referred to West Bengal Governor as tu cheez badi hai mast mast

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Wednesday hammered Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in a progression of tweets that included one for reportedly referring to him as "Tu cheez badi hai mast mast".

  • 28th Nov 2019

After the showcase of bitterness between the TMC government and the governor in the West Bengal Assembly, Jagdeep Dhankhar on Wednesday hit out against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in a series of tweets that included one for reportedly referring to him as "Tu cheez badi hai mast mast".

In a Twitter post, Dhankhar joined a cut-out of a Bengali day by day which announced that the main clergyman, while talking about the governor yet without naming him, came out with the first line of the popular song of the 1994 Bollywood movie 'Mohra'.

"... every day on 27/11 conveyed this story (described to me by a few others) as respects the Constitution Day at Assembly. Honble CM for Governor said 'Tu cheez badi hai mast mast'. I cease from any reaction given the individual respect for her and the workplace she holds," he said in the microblogging website at night.

West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee were engaged with a new war of words at the Constitution Day program in the Assembly on Tuesday.

In another tweet on Wednesday evening, the senator posted a video of Banerjee conversing with correspondents after the finish of the Constitution Day program.

She was found in the recording saying thanks to speakers and visitors who partook in the occasion to check 70 years of the selection of the Constitution. While naming the dignitaries, she referenced Dhankhar toward the end.

"The video on Constitution Day would leave nothing to the creative mind concerning what priority is concurred to the Constitutional Head of State. Time to participate in reflection and not in disinformation," the senator said in the tweet.

Dhankhar posted another video of the central clergyman paying flower tribute to a statue of Dr. BR Ambedkar alongside previous Lok Speaker Meira Kumar, and ex-governors of West Bengal Shyamal Sen, MK Narayanan, and others.

"At 3 PM on constitution day Honble CM had included support with the dignitaries at the statue of Dr. Ambedkar. At 5.30 when I paid bloom tributes at the statue of Dr. Ambedkar, this inclusion was missing," he tweeted.

Earlier to a tweet, the representative said he has high respect for the main pastor and will never settle on stretching out graciousness to anybody.

"I could never at any point bargain on stretching out affability to anybody, considerably less Hon'ble CM for whom I have colossal individual respect. Shockingly she made no normal move, leaving me confounded. Was puzzled. All including (clergymen) Amit Mitra, Partho (Chatterjee), Abdul Manan (Congress MLA and pioneer of resistance in Bengal Assembly) welcomed by me as all MLAs," Dhankhar said.

Dhankhar's announcement came a day after he and Banerjee decided not to trade welcome, however, they wanted to hit out at one another during a unique session of the Assembly on Tuesday.

There was, be that as it may, no immediate trade of words as Banerjee expressed after the representative went out, where the unique session was on to check Constitution Day on the 70th commemoration of the selection of the Indian Constitution.

At the program, the senator asserted that the post of the sacred leader of the state has been "genuinely undermined" while Banerjee shot back saying that the post is in effect "terribly abused".

The chief minister also said that Dhankhar is taking part in a spat with her on the heading of the BJP-controlled government at the Center.

The governor and the TMC government have been secured harsh trade of words on various issues running from the guest plan for Dhankhar at the Durga Puja jamboree, to remarks on his security detail as far back as he raced to Jadavpur University to "salvage" Union pastor Babul Supriyo, who was bothered and abused by understudies.

A tussle had also ejected over the express government's refusal to give a helicopter to Dhankhar to make a trip to Farakka in Murshidabad locale and Santiniketan in Birbhum region.

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