Refraining from commenting on the resignation of state Governor M K Narayanan, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said that Narayanan was officially leaving on July 4. “As far as I know he is officially leaving on July 4,”
Banerjee told reporters.
Union home ministry sources said that the Governor had tendered his resignation.
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Asked to react on the circumstances under which Narayanan resigned, Banerjee said,” This is a constitutional post. I won’t say anything about it now.”
Asked if the state government will accord Narayanan a farewell, Banerjee said,” I don’t believe in giving farewell.I believe in welcoming a person.”
Banerjee also said that there would be a small reshuffle of her ministry on July 2.