Raising the issue during Zero Hour, Bandyopadhyay said the Governor was not sending the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Commission Bill to the Assembly.
It's majority vs morality; will make Modi government bleed: TMC ahead of Citizenship Bill's tabling in Rajya Sabha
The Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha on Monday with 311 members favouring and 80 voting against it, and is scheduled to be taken up for consideration in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.
Amid tussle with Bengal Governor, Mamata government tables new rule to check chancellor-varsity communications
The new rule stipulates 'Every communication proposed to be made by the Chancellor to any State-aided University shall be routed through the (higher education) department.'
Jagdeep Dhankhar asserted that he will work according to the Constitution and he cannot be blamed for the delay in giving his assent to the bills.
As soon as Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu announced Question Hour, Trinamool Congress members barged into the well demanding raising of an issue related to the West Bengal Governor.
The legislators, along with state ministers, claimed that the Governor was 'withholding' important bills, which needed to be tabled in the Assembly for discussion.
The Mudra Yojana was launched in 2015 for providing small loans to income-generating small enterprises in manufacturing and services.
The alleged TMC workers also carried banners with slogans like 'Shame shame Governor' which they waved at Dhankkhar's convoy when it was entering the college.
Home Minister Amit Shah, during his Kolkata visit in October, assured refugees living in Bengal saying none of them would have to leave India.
TMC secretary-general leader and state Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee said the party will oppose NRC tooth and nail.
The Trinamool Congress, was quick to react, slamming Governor for overstepping his brief and 'aspiring to be the administrative head of the state'.
A scheduled Business Advisory committee meeting on Thursday for discussing the businesses of the House the next day has also been postponed, Assembly sources said.
However, senior Trinamool Congress leadership claimed that none of the turncoats would be taken back to the party as 'traitors' cannot be trusted.
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.