CM Mamata Banerjee Will Vice Chancellor Of West Bengal Universities Bill Passed In The Assembly
CM Mamata Banerjee Becomes Chancellor Of State Universities: The West...
CM Mamata Banerjee Becomes Chancellor Of State Universities: The West Bengal Assembly has passed a bill to replace Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the Chancellor of the state’s health universities. The West Bengal government had introduced a bill seeking to replace the governor with the chief minister as chancellor of state-run universities/health universities, while the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) staged massive protests to block the proposed law.
134 votes were cast in favor of the bill while 51 members opposed it. BJP opposed this bill. There are 294 seats in the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. In the state, Minister of State for Health, Chandrima Bhattacharya introduced the bill in the House. BJP chief whip Manoj Tigga and other legislators Agnimitra Paul, M Mani Adhikari, Sankar Ghosh and Ambika Roy opposed the bill in the assembly during the discussion on the bill, while the ruling Trinamool Congress’s Nirmal Majhi, Madhusudan Bhattacharya, Saptarishi Banerjee protested against it. Argued in favor.
There was a tussle going on between the state government and the governor
Let us tell you that on June 6, the West Bengal cabinet gave its approval on Monday to the proposal to replace Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar with CM Mamata Banerjee as the Chancellor of all government universities in the state. Was. This step has been taken after the ongoing tussle between the state government and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over the appointment of vice-chancellors in universities. According to reports, Governor Dhankhar had earlier alleged that the state government had appointed several vice-chancellors without his consent.
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