West Bengal Deputy Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday directed all her ministers to stop using pilot vehicles with red beacons.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee chaired a cabinet meeting on Thursday. (Photo PTI)
West Bengal Minister Mamata Banerjee has directed all her ministers to stop using pilot vehicles with red beacons, except on highways. The Chief Minister of Bengal also asked the ministers to be careful while signing any official documents.
Mamata Banerjee conducted an important cabinet meeting at the Nabanna state secretariat on Thursday. The new directives from Mamata Banerjee are being seen as an attempt to rebuild the image of her government, which is failing following the arrests of senior Partha leaders Chatterjee and Anubrata Mondal.
This is Mamata Benerjee’s first meeting with ministers in her cabinet after Partha Chatterjee was dismissed as Bengali minister.
TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee became Union Minister for the first time in 1991. She then held the portfolio of the Ministry of Railways in 2009.
Mamata Benrjee, who has been the CM of West Bengal since 2011, has never used a pilot car and a red beacon.
It is not clear, though, why she is directing her ministers not to use pilot cars at this time. A senior official said it was Mamata Banerjee’s attempt to rebuild her government’s image because it sent the wrong message to the people when they saw the minister moving with a convoy of cars. , put a red beacon on top of cars and pilots. The Beginning.
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