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Terror module bust in West Bengal: Governor targets police; Cannot escape accountability for decline in law and order

Kolkata: Following the arrest of nine terrorists of Pakistan-sponsored module of the al-Qaeda, from Murshidabad in West Bengal and Ernakulam in Kerala, Governor Jagdeep Dhankar said that the state has become “home to illegal bomb-making”.

He said that West Bengal Police cannot escape its accountability for the alarming decline in law and order, who is busy in carrying out political errands and taking on the opposition.

“…DGP on this alarming affairs @MamataOfficial to me ”West Bengal police firmly adheres to the path laid down by law. There is no discrimination for or against anyone in an extra-legal sense”,” he said in a tweet.

“State has become home to illegal bomb making that has the potential to unsettle democracy. Police @MamataOfficial busy in carrying out political errands and taking on the opposition. Those at helm @WBPolice cannot escape their accountability for this alarming decline in law and order,” Dhankhar tweeted.

“How far distanced is DGP @WBPolice from reality is cause of worry. His ”Ostrich Stance” is very disturbing. Appreciate the role of policemen in general-they r working in difficult situations. Problem is with those at the helm who r unmindful of conduct and r politically guided,” Dhankhar said.

 

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