Mitra hits again after guv remarks on BGBS | Kolkata Information


Kolkata: Former Bengal finance minister Amit Mitra, who’s now principal chief adviser to CM and the finance division, has come down closely on governor Jagdish Dhankar for his touch upon Bengal World Enterprise Summit.
Mitra tweeted that Dhankar’s tweet on enterprise summits was a basic case of “Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde”. “On ninth Nov he strongly supported CM’s plan of subsequent Summit ‘I’ll go away nothing undone..’ & ‘togetherness’ & inside 24 hours he tweets venom on Summits, by placing out a year-old letter to CM & FM (me)!” he wrote.
Mitra additional tweeted that it was surprising that the governor sought a response when he (Mitra) had formally responded with a 4-page letter on summits, giving knowledge on funding presents below implementation and employment era. “Is he affected by AMNESIA & wants HELP or is it a Machiavellian omission?” Mitra tweeted.
In response to the principal chief adviser, the governor mentioned on Monday at a meet and greet occasion, “now we have to make sure there isn’t any room for battle, no room for adversarial scenario.. just one method, togetherness”. The “very subsequent day, he tweeted the OPPOSITE of those utterances, in a mode of all-out battle? Stunning !!! Governor on November 10 demanded a white paper on BGBS,” Mitra tweeted.
By the way, chief secretary H Ok Dwivedi, within the presence of chief minister Mamata Banerjee, had introduced that BGBS could be held on April 20-21 subsequent 12 months after a spot of two years.
In September 2020, in a element reply to the governor, Mitra had written that proposals acquired in BGBS from 2015-19 amounted to Rs 12.3 lakh crore. “You’ll be completely happy to know that between BGBS 2015 and 2018, 50.2% of the funding proposals went into implementation mode. For BGBS 2019 already Rs 71,646 crore below implementation. The employment generated by means of these investments is to the tune of 28 lakh already,” he had written.



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