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Constitutional head of West Bengal has been compromised: Governor targets CM Mamata Banerjee

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 26 November 2019
While governor Jagdeep Dhankar stated that under the Mamata-led government, "constitutional head of the state has been compromised", the chief minister hit back saying "no one behaves the way he did". Mamata was apparently miffed with the cold shoulder given to her during an event at the special session of the West Bengal Assembly on Tuesday.
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