Attack on BJP Chief’s convoy “most unfortunate”, says West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar (Video)
New Delhi: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar today submitted his report on law and order in Bengal, sought by Home Minister Amit Shah hours after an attack on party chief JP Nadda’s convoy on Thursday.
Meanwhile, MHA has summoned West Bengal chief secretary, DGP on December 14.
The report on Friday, MHA sources said, has been received by the ministry. The Union Home Secretary had also written a letter to West Bengal Chief Secretary on the attack on the Nadda’s convoy.
On Thursday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had condemned the alleged attack on Nadda’s convoy while it was on its way to Diamond Harbour area in West Bengal from Kolkata. He said the Central government is taking this attack “very seriously”.
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