Nevertheless, Amit Shah says House Ministry’s letter is totally inside the ambit of structure and regulation
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday expressed gratitude to a number of Opposition leaders, together with Chief Ministers of Delhi, Punjab, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and the DMK chief who’ve come out in her help on the problem of switch of three IPS officers. Union House Minister Amit Shah, who was in Bengal on a two-day tour, mentioned the House Ministry’s letter was utterly inside the ambit of structure and regulation.
“The letter which the Centre has written is totally constitutional and as per regulation. The letter is written below the ambit of federal construction and she or he [Ms. Banerjee] ought to confer with the principles and communicate to the Centre and in addition inform the individuals,” Mr. Shah mentioned.
The Union House Ministry has transferred three IPS officers of the State to totally different positions below Central deputation regardless of the reservation from the State authorities. The three IPS officers who had been transferred had been deputed within the safety of BJP president J.P. Nadda when his convoy was attacked on December 10 in Diamond Harbour.
“Centre is overtly interfering with State Govt functioning by transferring cops. My gratitude to @bhupeshbaghel @ArvindKejriwal @capt_amarinder @ashokgehlot51 @mkstalin for displaying solidarity to individuals of Bengal & reaffirming their dedication to federalism. Thanks!,” Ms Banerjee tweeted.
The West Bengal Chief Minister thanked DMK chief M.Okay. Stalin, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, Punjab Chief Minister Amrinder Singh and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. All these leaders have come out in help of the West Bengal Chief Minister and described the Centre’s motion as interference within the federal construction. The West Bengal authorities has not agreed on the switch of three IPS officers within the Central authorities and there are speculations that the State can take the matter to the Supreme Courtroom.