Governor Gets Appointment As Lieutenant Guv Of Pondicherry

Hyderabad, Feb.17 (Maxim News): Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan today received an appointment order of warrant from the Centre which offered her an additional charge of a lieutenant governor of Pondicherry a union territory.

The centre has shifted the incumbent Lieutenant governor Kiran Bedi for some reasons. Soon after her shunting the Centre appointed Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundrarajan with full additional charge as the lieutenant governor of Pondicherry.

In a press release from Raj Bhavan, Tamilisai Soundararajan has said that Pondicherry special resident commissioner, Krishna Kumar Singh has offered the appointment order copy to her in the city in this regard. The Governor is to take a tour soon to the union territory to assume charge of lieutenant governor.

According to reports, the BJP top brass is reportedly unhappy at the way of functioning of Kiran Bedi. Her involvement in government programs became a headache to the chief minister Narayana Swamy as that also fetched bad name to the BJP government in the centre.

It gave strength to the opposition parties to target the ruling government and the BJP too. However, the BJP’s aim through Kiran Bedi was not fulfilled in stead brought a bad name politically according to reports.

She failed to discharge duties as per BJP plan to remain a monitor of the government programs as per constitution. The opposition pressed the centre. Even the chief minister called on President Ramnath Kovind to remove Kiran Bedi for remaining an obstacle always.

The BJP top brass plans to go with the former chief minister to ally in future Assembly polls to form government. The plan is to appoint a political leader for this and shunted Kiran Bedi who is apolitical and not suitable to remain in the post according to information. (Maxim News)

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