Politicised Cops Has Finger in Every Pie of Governance, Says WB Guv on Man’s ‘Custodial Death’
Kolkata: Flagging the “custodial death” of a guy whom the BJP has actually claimed to be its employee, West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Sunday alleged that the state “politicised” cops has “finger in every pie” of governance. In a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Dhankhar said the death of Madan Ghorai of Kanakpur village in East Midnapore district is yet another circumstances of “dehumanising torture, assault and death” in custody and asserted that such occurrences, dotting the state, have actually presumed “horrendous proportions, impeaching the trustworthiness of guideline of law”.
” It is an open secret that politicised authorities has ‘finger in every pie’ of governance, an element of police state,” Dhankhar stated. Ghorai was jailed in Patashpur in East Medinipur district on September 26 in connection with a kidnapping case.
The authorities had actually said he remained in judicial custody and not in its custody as declared by the saffron party. “About time you redeem your constitutional oath and implement rule of law, make sure ‘democratic governance’ in the state, make police and administration ‘politically neutral’ and accountable,” Dhankhar wrote to the chief minister.
The governor likewise criticised the state federal government for engaging retired IPS officers Surajit Kar Purkayastha as state security consultant and Rina Mitra as principal advisor, internal security, alleging that such visits are draining “the exchequer greatly”. Dhankhar called for “sanitising power corridors of non-state actors and (to) guarantee that SSA and primary consultant, internal security, do not manager over the statutorily structured cops apparatus, consequently decreasing the DGP and other cops authorities to abject subordination and to insignificance”.
The guv, who has been at chances with the government because presuming charge in the state, requested the primary minister to adhere to constitutional prescriptions to make sure guideline of law in the state. “… we are at penultimate stage of governance not being ‘brought on in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution’ and ‘internal disturbance’ in parts of the state,” Dhankhar said in his letter.
The governor likewise urged the primary minister to address the problems flagged by him on a concern basis. Dhankhar, in his letter, described another occurrence involving a Sikh male, whose turban was apparently pulled by the cops throughout a current protest by the BJP.
The man, recognized as 43- year-old Balwinder Singh, is a homeowner of Bhatinda in Punjab. Dhankhar stated Singh, who was apprehended by the cops throughout the BJP’s demonstration program on October 8, is currently a “poster kid for blatant human right infractions in the state”.
Pointing to the killing of BJP leader Manish Shukla, the guv expressed his concern at “drifting inputs of releasing of strategised dare-devilish intimidatory techniques to browbeat political challengers”. Dhankhar also reiterated his allegation against the state government and said efforts were on to “compromise working of the Raj Bhavan and make the governor inefficient”.
He likewise said these are “outright transgressions” of the Constitution.
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