The assembly session will begin on January 27 and the resolution will be tabled under Rule 169 during the second half on January 28, state Parliamentary Affairs Minister Partha Chatterjee said.
Adhikari also contended that natural resources of Purulia, including coal and other minerals, were being looted by organised gangs, with the state government doing nothing.
CM Mamata was speaking at the inauguration of the 26th edition of the Kolkata International Film Festival 2021 via video conference on Friday.
Calcutta HC directs Bengal govt to file supplementary affidavit in Manish Shukla murder case investigation
Manish Shukla was shot dead at Titagarh in North 24 Parganas district by some assailants on October four last year.
Barrackpore MLA Shilbhadra Dutta resigned from the Trinamool Congress on Friday in the third major exit from the party in the last 24 hours.
Three IPS officers have no option but to follow MHA diktat, Bengal government has to relieve them: Rules
The three IPS officers belonging to the Bengal cadre have been called to serve in central deputation in view of the lapses that allegedly led to an attack on JP Nadda's convoy.
Amit Shah calls attack on JP Nadda 'sponsored violence': Centre seeks report from Bengal govt on 'serious security lapses'
JP Nadda's convoy was allegedly attacked with stones and bricks while on its way to Diamond Harbour in Kolkata.
The Union home ministry's communication to the West Bengal government came after BJP state unit chief Dilip Ghosh wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday.
Chatterjee said party leaders would reach out to people in all 294 assembly constituencies of the state with the report card.
Taking to Twitter, the CM, on the occasion of Human Rights Day, said her government has set up 19 human rights courts over the last nine-and-a-half years.
The TMC was voted to power in 2011, uprooting the 34- year-old Left Front government in West Bengal.
Jagdeep Dhankhar said that a huge blow is being struck on the soul of Dr B R Ambedkar, the chief architect of the Indian Constitution.
Starting with at least 150 ambulances, the state government is at the moment setting up a detailed map of the accident prone zones and the nearby hospitals.
Bengal government carrying on social welfare schemes despite tight fiscal condition: Mamata Banerjee
The state has spent Rs 4500 crore for coronavirus treatment facilities from it's own coffers despite the tight financial situation, she said at an administrative review meeting here.
Dhankhar, who is on his month-long visit to Darjeeling, said in Siliguri that the district magistrate and superintendent of police of Darjeeling district are playing with fire.