'CM sd (should) not be incommunicado to Guv. Am sure there wd (would) b +ve (positive) response,' he added.
Claiming at least 30 people have committed suicide in the state due to panic over the NRC, Banerjee said in a secular country like India, citizenship can never be accorded on the basis of religion.
The governor visited the state Assembly along with his wife and paid floral tributes at the statue of B R Ambedkar.
The Trinamool Congress, was quick to react, slamming Governor for overstepping his brief and 'aspiring to be the administrative head of the state'.
Jagdeep Dhankar lashed out at CM Mamata Banerjee, stating that she had failed to perform constitutional duties for the last four months, and has never briefed the governor about important issues.
Bengal has nearly 30 per cent vote-share of Muslim electors and a majority of it is considered as Mamata’s vote-bank.
Banerjee, while speaking during a discussion on the matter in the Assembly, said around 44,000 people are affected by the vector-borne disease in the state.
Pan India NRC is political rhetoric of BJP, can never be a reality, says West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said her opposition to NRC is not driven only by politics but also on humanitarian grounds.
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai had on November 27 said that central share amounting to Rs 414.90 crore to West Bengal had already been released.
An estimate of Rs 23,000 crore was given to a central team which visited the three districts to review the extent of loss, but no fund had been received from the Centre.
The chief minister said that she would begin with Kharagpur Sadar, the constituency TMC's Pradip Sarkar wrested from the BJP.
Ruling Trinamool Congress appears to be on top of the web-war game in the state with its full-fledged cyber-army.
Dhankhar also said that a 'black hole' exists in the West Bengal's higher education ministry in terms of communication with him.
Wins Kharagpur (Sadar) and Kaliaganj for the first time & retains Karimpur in Assembly bypoll
Dhankar and Banerjee shared the dias for the first time at the special session of the House on Constitution Day but did not exchange greetings and instead preferred to hit out at each other.