Mamata on invitations for the swearing-in of the governor: We don't discriminate

Mamata Banerjee spoke at a question-and-answer session of the West Bengal Assembly . She highlighted the shift in the health industry that her administration had seen .

Kolkata (West Bengal) (India)-Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee spoke on Friday at a question-and-answer session of the West Bengal Assembly, on invitations to the Governors oath-taking ceremony, developments in the state health sector during the TMCs tenure, and developments overall, according to the CM.So was Krishna Kalyani, a BJP MLA, who was also accepted as one of the invitees.There are no TMC members on the Standing Committee, not even one.We don't discriminate at all.

Nevertheless, (veteran Left leader) Biman Bose attended the function.I am thankful to him.She highlighted the shift in the health industry that her administration had seen, saying that investigations should be launched if something goes wrong.The health department should centrally monitor the health sector data bank.Nurses tend to be more experienced than doctors in some cases.

In reaction to LOP Suvendu Adhikaris' assertion that the Bengal government had been formed for the Party, she took a jab at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the alleged misuse of government by the Centre.Democracy has been about the agency, of the agency, and by the agency, not about the people, of the people, or by the people, the CM said.According to sources, the Trinamool Congress chief called on Adhikari in her chamber in the House of Representatives, where he met Mamata at the CMs chamber, along with fellow MLAs Agnimitra Paul, Manoj Tigga, and Ashok Lahiri, describing it as a courtesy trip.

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