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TMC moves President to remove Dhankhar from Bengal governor post

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 30 December 2020 ()
The Trinamool Congress on Wednesday said it has moved President Ramnath Kovind to remove Jagdeep Dhankhar from the post of the West Bengal governor, accusing him of "transgressing constitutional limits" by regularly commenting against the state administration and government in the public.
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News video: TMC MPs write to President, seek removal of Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar

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The war between Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal and the Governor has escalated. A group of TMC MPs have now written to the President seeking removal of Jagdeep Dhankar as Governor of the state. The MPs in their letter accused the governor of failing to preserve, protect and defend the...

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