One should be careful in making allegations against army, says Bengal governor

West Bengal governor Keshri Nath Tripathi virtually disapproved the comments of Mamata Banerjee on the deployment of army at toll plazas.

One should be careful in making allegations against army, says Bengal governor

West Bengal governor Keshri Nath Tripathi virtually disapproved the comments of Mamata Banerjee on the deployment of army at toll plazas.

"Every person should be careful while making allegations against a responsible organisation like the army," Mr Tripathi told reporters.

While Mamata slammed the governor saying that he, himself is repeating voice of the Centre.

"Governor is speaking in the voice of Central Government! He was not in the city for about eight days. Before making statements, all details should have been checked. It is very unfortunate," Mamata tweeted.


Trinamool Congress ministers and legislators had demonstrated a protest on yesterday outside the Raj Bhavan in Kolkata, demanding an immediate withdrawal of the army from toll plazas which she mentioned as "army coup". Yesterday itself Trinamool Congress have tried to meet the Governor, but they could not as he was away.