Kolkata: The budget session of West Bengal is starting from February 5, but this time also the budget session is starting without the Governor’s address. On 27 January on the new year, the Mamata government convened a two-day session of the assembly to pass a resolution against the three agricultural laws of the central government, which was initiated without the Governor’s address.
This was questioned by Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar. He said that adherence to the constitution is mandatory and inevitable. Subsequently, the budget session begins again without the Governor’s address. As per Article 176, in the first session of each year, the Governor shall address the Legislative Assembly, but it is only the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, where it was not done that the Governor was not addressed. At the same time, now the budget session is starting from February 5 and again this session will start without the Governor’s address.
According to the information, Governor Jagdeep is disappointed with the decision to present the interim budget without Dhankar’s address. He has said that this is the last session before the assembly elections and the common man has the right to know what the government has done in five years. The governor regretted that the people of the state were being deprived of their rights.