New Delhi | Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) MP Roopa Ganguly on Friday criticised the West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee and the West Bengal state assembly for clearing the state Lokayukta Amendment Bill 2018. The passed Anti-corruption amendment bill will keep Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee out of its purview in issues relating to public order.
“West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with her tactics has amended this bill deliberately in such a way so that she could not get traced for her corruption acts. Being the Chief Minister and the party chief of All India Trinamool Congress, she is misusing her powers,” Ganguly told media.
Taking a dig at Banerjee’s brother and nephew for accumulating wealth illegally, Ganguly said, “If one closely looks, the houses in which Chief Minister Banerjee’s brother and nephew are residing clearly shows that she allowed them to gather wealth from illegal means.”
The Rajya Sabha MP further attacking the West Bengal CM for bad governance alleged that the TMC head pretends to be ‘Hawai chappal leader’, however from past five to six years Banerjee has been ruling the state without any good governance.