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Mamata lashes out at Bengal governor for ‘misconduct’ with woman employee

Speaking at a public rally in Purba Bardhaman district, Banerjee said my heart bleeds for the woman molested at Raj Bhavan and termed it a shame.

Mamata BanerjeeKOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Friday lashed out at Governor C V Ananda Bose for his alleged misconduct with a woman employee of Raj Bhavan.

Speaking at a public rally in Purba Bardhaman district, Banerjee said my heart bleeds for the woman molested at Raj Bhavan and termed it a shame.

“Yesterday, a young woman who worked at Raj Bhavan came out and spoke against the Governor’s harassment. Yesterday, the tears of the woman broke my heart. I have seen her video testimony. Before talking about Sandeshkhali, BJP must answer why the Governor did this to a woman working at Raj Bhavan,” she said.

Banerjee also wondered why “Prime Minister Narendra Modi who came to Raj Bhawan last night didn’t speak a word on the issue.”

“The woman cried and walked out saying she was too scared to work at Raj Bhavan anymore.

She said that she was called at odd hours and was subjected to harassment.

And these are the people who talk about the dignity of our mothers and sisters?” she said.

The TMC supremo alleged that the BJP was responsible for so many people losing their jobs in the School Service Commission case.

West Bengal Governor C V Ananda Bose on Thursday said he will not be cowed down by “engineered narratives” and the “truth shall triumph” after TMC leaders claimed that a woman working at Raj Bhavan levelled allegations of molestation against him.

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