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Kiran Bedi :” Whatever was done, was a sacred duty, fulfilling my constitutional and moral responsibilities

Kiran Bedi:” Whatever was done, was a sacred duty, fulfilling my constitutional and moral responsibilities 

The outgoing LG of Puducherry Kiran Bedi today posted a crisp farewell note, saying, ” Whatever was done a sacred duty, fulfilling my constitutional and moral responsibilities.

In the  partying note, she  said  ” I  also thank the government of India  for a lifetime experience in serving Puducherry as its LT Governor.” 

I also thank those who worked with me closely. I can say with a deep sense of satisfaction that during this tenure team raj Nivas diligently worked with me in the public interest Puducherry has a very bright future, it is now in the hands of the people. Wishing for a Prosperous Puducherry.

Kiran Bedi@thekiranbedi  Thank all those who were a part of my journey as Lt Governor of Puducherry— The People of Puducherry and all the Public officials.

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President Ram Nath Kovind had yesterday removed  Dr. Kiran Bedi from the office of the Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry and has appointed Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Governor of Telangana, to discharge the functions.

A  statement from the President’s office had said: “The President has directed that Dr. Kiran Bedi shall cease to hold the office of the Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry and has appointed Dr. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Governor of Telangana, to discharge the functions of the Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry, in addition to her own duties, with effect from the date she assumes charge of her office until regular arrangements for the office of Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry are made.”

The development had come amid a political crisis in the Congress-ruled UT.

NDTV  has reported: “The Congress government in Puducherry has slipped into a minority with two resignations in two days but Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said today he was confident of persuading the two leaders to stay. “Our government is not in a minority,” he asserted in an interview with NDTV.

The resignations of Malladi Krishna Rao and John Kumar, who quit back-to-back, have not been accepted and were still being considered by the Speaker, Mr. Narayanasamy said. He also hit out at the BJP, accusing them of planning another “operation Kamal (lotus)” – the opposition’s name for what they call the BJP’s strategy of engineering defections and toppling governments – in Puducherry.”

 

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