Kolkata: On the central deputation of three IPS officers of West Bengal cadre, the Chief Minister of the state Mamata Banerjee has slammed the central government and said that the central government in a covert manner has put the state under its control Is trying to take. Through a tweet, Mamata alleged that this action of the central government is an attack on the federal structure before next year’s assembly elections.

After this, Mamata Banerjee expressed her displeasure and tweeted a tweet on Twitter. He wrote, “The central government’s order for central deputation of IPS officers serving in West Bengal, despite the state’s objection, is a gross misuse of the emergency provision of IPS Cadre Rules 1954.”

Mamta wrote in another tweet, “This is nothing but a deliberate attempt to infiltrate the jurisdiction of the state and hurt the morale of the officers working in West Bengal. Especially this step taken before the elections It is against the principles. It is unconstitutional and completely unacceptable. “

In the third tweet, he wrote, “We will not allow this attempt by the Center to control the state machinery in a proxy manner. West Bengal is not going to kneel in front of the expansionist and undemocratic forces.”

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