Partha Chatterjee has been removed from office in Bengal government ministry : Domestic and foreign pressure, Partha Chatterjee has been removed from office

Partha Chatterjee charged with embezzlement in SSC case. ED stopped him. Millions of rupees, gold, silver were recovered from the home of Arpita Mukherjee, close to the minister. The opposition camp targets the Mamata government. There was a demand within the party for “Parth Hathao”. That is to say, the base in the face of inner and outer pressure. In this situation, today’s focus was on the state cabinet meeting. He was curious whether the cabinet would take any action against Partha. We have seen that strict measures have been taken against Minister Partha Chatterjee. He was removed from the cabinet. The Chief Secretary issued the notice regarding Parthar’s suspension after the state cabinet meeting on Thursday.

Moving notice in Perth

After the state cabinet meeting, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said, “For the time being, I have fired Partha from the cabinet. All the charges in his hands, including industry and commerce, came to me.

Partha Chatterjee was Minister of State for Industry and Commerce. Along with this, the consulting, information and technology department was also under him. Partha Chatterjee has been removed from all offices.

Partha Chatterjee was arrested by ED last Friday. Yet Mamata Banerjee did not fire Partha from cabinet or party posts. The chief minister said action will only be taken if guilt is proven legally. But, the Trinamool general secretary said, he called the chief minister when he was arrested. According to sources, Mamata got angry.

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Then on Wednesday after Diamond City in Tollyganj, a huge amount of gold, cash and documents along with Rs 28 crore were recovered from the apartment of Parth Chattopadhyay’s close friend, Arpita Mukherjee in Belgharia. Around which there is noise. There is a public backlash against the base. There is a stigma against the Jora-Ful and Mamata government. Trinamool State Secretary General Kunal Ghosh said the incident looked like a puzzle.

As early as Friday morning, top Trinamool leaders demanded that Parth be removed from the cabinet and from all party posts. Kunal Ghosh, Devanshu Bhattacharya, Biswajit Debra made this claim on Twitter. After that, Trinamool All-India General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee called a meeting of the party’s disciplinary committee. It is reported that Perth will be discussed at this meeting.

Partha Chatterjee was relieved of his duties in the afternoon. In the evening, what if the Behala West legislator was removed from all party duties? For now, the focus is on that.

After Partha Chatterjee’s removal, BJP Chairman Sukant Majumder said, “Partha Chatterjee has become a scapegoat.” Parth isn’t the only one involved. The whole firm is involved. Mamata Banerjee is responsible. The Prime Minister should resign. There will be another vote. Then you will see who people want.

CPM Secretary of State Md. Salim said: “Perth cannot be taken down alone. The entire education department is involved. The Chief Minister cannot stop corruption by dismissing a person. He still does not say he will stop corruption in all departments. To save himself, he only pushes the responsibility.

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