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KOLKATA: West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Sunday stated that the police and the administration have to be politically impartial for holding free and honest meeting elections within the state.
The officers who’re engaged in political actions should face the implications, Dhankhar stated in a Twitter submit, tagging chief minister Mamata Banerjee, the state police and the Home Department.
“Fairness of elections @MamataOfficial is imperative being soul of democracy. For this police @WBPolice & administration @HomeBengal must be ‘politically neutral’ & give up its entrenched political mindset & stance,” he tweeted.
Assembly polls are due within the state in April-May this yr.
“Alarming inputs of police political activity” are worrisome and the legislation is not going to spare these engaged in such transgressions, Dhankhar stated with out elaborating.
“Exemplary consequences will emanate. Democratic process cannot be allowed to be so sullied by those who act as ‘law unto themselves’,” the governor tweeted.
Dhankhar has on a variety of events alleged part of the police and authorities officers are performing like political staff and requested them to chorus from doing so.


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