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The governor is not returning to Bengal today, there is growing speculation that the itinerary has changed due to unknown reasons.

Kolkata: Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar flew to Delhi on Tuesday after meeting 51 BJP MLAs, including state opposition leader Shuvendu Adhikari, on Monday. Speculation was rife about his sudden visit to Delhi. And this time the speculation increased as he did not return from Delhi even today. According to the schedule, Jagdeep Dhankhar was scheduled to set foot in Bengal on Friday. But he is not returning today. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

On the one hand, there has been speculation in various quarters of the state about the Governor’s visit to Delhi, on the other hand, there has been speculation about his non-return from Delhi. Before leaving for Delhi, Jagdeep Dhankhar held a press conference with opposition leaders and BJP MLAs outside the Raj Bhavan on Monday. From there he fired one cannon after another against the kingdom. He even targeted the state until he left for Delhi on Tuesday.

He then went to the national capital Delhi and met one after another with the Union Ministers. He also met the chairman of the National Human Rights Commission. While there was a lot of speculation about the governor’s meeting with several Union ministers and the National Human Rights Commission, the governor met with President Ramnath Kobind and escalated the speculation.

State Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee scoffed at the governor’s meeting with the President. He said he would meet because he was their man. The Chief Minister also taunted the Governor without naming him and said, “He is no longer a child. I will silence him with a scolding.” After meeting President Ramnath Kobind, Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar also held a meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah. However, the main reason why he did not return to Bengal today is not yet known.

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