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Bengal News: Now common people will also be able to have dinner with the Governor through ‘Meet with the Governor’ program.

of West Bengal Governor CV Anand Bose (Governor CV Anand Bose, Has been accused of spying on Raj Bhavan. In a program organized at the Raj Bhavan on Tuesday, Mr. Bose claimed that he had received reliable information about spying in the Raj Bhavan in Kolkata. This matter has been brought to the notice of the concerned authorities. The Governor said that this is a truth. I have reliable information about the spying of Raj Bhavan. According to the report, the Governor did not reveal who was attempting the alleged espionage.

Now common people will also be able to have dinner with the Governor

It is noteworthy that the Governor’s relations with the state government have been tense and there have been tussles between the two on many issues. There has been a clash between the Governor and the state government over issues related to the appointment of university vice-chancellors, the state’s foundation day, stopping of MNREGA dues of the Centre, and political violence. The Governor said that he had assumed the charge of the Governor on November 23, 2022. He has been gone for a year. He is completely healthy. Many programs will be held at Raj Bhavan from 23rd November. A new program will be started from this day. The common people of the state will get a chance to have dinner with the Governor at Raj Bhavan once a week.

Meet with Governor program started

It has been named ”Meet with the Governor”. Apart from this, the Governor also announced to give scholarship to the students of Scheduled Caste and Tribe. His birthday is also on Wednesday i.e. 22nd November. In such a situation, he wants to associate himself with Bengal. The Governor will meet the people on this special day. Governor CV Anand Bose had also started a helpline cell from the peace room in Raj Bhavan.

I consider Bengal as my land.

On completion of one year, the Governor highlighted the relationship between him and the Chief Minister in a press conference on Tuesday. He said: There are three different levels of relationship between the Governor and the Chief Minister of a state. The first is personal, the second is to protect democracy and the third is to maintain equality. I like bangla. I love the people of Bengal very much. I consider Bengal as my land, so I also have some responsibility. I want to fulfill this responsibility as Governor.

I did not stop any bill: Governor

In a question the Governor said: I have not stopped any bill. Some bills were sent to the government. More clarification is needed on those files. Violence and corruption are the biggest problems of this state. I am not saying that this corruption or violence has been created by this government, but it needs a solution.


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