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Trinamool seeks constitutional opportunity to take action against governor

Conflict between Governor Jagdeep Dhankar and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is on the rise. The conflict comes at a time when grassroots leadership is beginning to investigate whether the constitution allows action to be taken against the governor. Trinamool had earlier lodged a protest with President Ramnath Kobind, the governor’s employer. But Trinamool claimed it had not received the letter. As a result, they began to think of alternative systems. The first option is to bring a ‘significant resolution’ against the governor. Any MP can bring that proposal in the Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha. If the proposal is approved, the role of the governor will be discussed in parliament. This proposal is mentioned in the law books of the Rajya Sabha and the Lok Sabha. Trinamool Rajya Sabha MP and Deputy Party leader Sukhendusekhar Roy made this clear.

The second option considered is to bring an impeachment motion against the governor in parliament. That, too, can be seen as a protest move against a governor. Trinamool leaders claim that the country’s constitution has the potential to bring an impeachment motion against the governor. According to constitutional experts, the constitution does not give the governor the right to file a case against him because he is the head of state. Therefore, an ‘impeachment motion’ may be brought against him in another form. By law, the proposal can be brought to any room in the Lok Sabha or the Rajya Sabha. Coincidentally, a few years ago, Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh introduced a ‘significant resolution’ in the constitutional system. Sukhendusekharai took the suggestion against a welfare comment. At a public meeting, Kalyan had an opinion on the national anthem of the country, George V. So it should be abandoned as the national anthem. However, despite the proposal, the issue was not discussed in Parliament. The Speaker of the Lok Sabha or the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha will decide whether to discuss the proposal even if a resolution is brought against the Governor of West Bengal, Dhankar. However, if this proposal is brought, it will be recorded in the minutes of Parliament as a grassroots ‘initiative’.

On Thursday, Sukhendu Sekhar said that all the constitutional institutions in the country are called constitutional authorities. Governance is a constitutional authority. The Constitution empowers the Constitution. This power is given for the welfare of the people of the country. Those powers should be used for the welfare of the people. Do not abuse. “I am the governor and the constitutional body has not given me the right to do what I want. I am above all, not so. The law and the constitution are above all. Therefore, constitutional parties have a responsibility to obey the law and the constitution. So constitutional action can be taken against the governor.



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