CMs of Opposition states on “role of Governors”: Mamata Banerjee & MK Stalin plan meeting
"Constitutional overstepping & brazen misuse of power by the Governors" alleged.
Chief Ministers of Opposition-ruled states will soon meet in Delhi to discuss “Constitutional overstepping and brazen misuse of power by the Governors”, it was tweeted by Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin today. He added West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee had suggested the meeting.
Stalin tweeted: “Beloved Didi @MamataOfficial telephoned me to share her concern and anguish on the Constitutional overstepping and brazen misuse of power by the Governors of non-BJP ruled states. She suggested for a meeting of Opposition CMs.” He also wrote: “I assured her of DMK’s commitment to uphold State autonomy. Convention of Opposition CMs will soon happen out of Delhi!”
In Tamil Nadu, MK Stalin has accused Governor RN Ravi of blocking the state’s anti-NEET Bill to the Centre which is meant to bypass the national medical entrance exam. Stalin and a few other parties have decided to send again the Bill to the Governor again, demanding that it be forwarded to President Ram Nath Kovind for his assent.
Trinamool Congress meanwhile, has threatened to bring a “resolution” against Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar in the current budget session of the Assembly, accusing him of transgressing Constitutional limits.