President's Rule in West Bengal Coming Up:- The battle between the Centre and Trinamool Congress is turning out bitter every day. The state's Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah to explain about the situations in the state. There are strong speculations that the Centre might impose President's rule in the state before the Assembly polls that are scheduled for 2021. Keshari Nath Tripathi said that he explained about the situations in the state to Prime Minister and Home Minister.
The Centre issued and advisory to West Bengal government because of the political violence that triggered in the state after the polls. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee claimed that the Centre wishes to turn West Bengal into one more Gujarat. She said that she will not allow the state's image to be hurt. "I request the Centre not to disturb the state and please do not play with fire. This is a planned game. Crores of money are spent to spread fake news about the state" said Mamata. She also penned a letter to Amit Shah saying that MHA advisory to West Bengal Government is a deep-rooted conspiracy.
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