Kolkata News Today at least WBCHSE President Mohua Das was abruptly removed
Mohua Das Latest News today – WBCHSE President Mohua Das was abruptly removed from the post of Higher Education. The new president is Chiranjeev Bhattacharya, vice-chancellor of Jadavpur University.
Mahua Das, president of the Higher Secondary Education Parliament, faced controversy by highlighting the religious identity of the examinee. In announcing the results of the high school, he first introduced the Muslim identity of Rumana Sultana.
Kolkata breaking news – After which a storm of controversy erupted not only in the net media but also in the political arena. Mahua later said it was not his intention to reveal the religious identity of the examinee. Out of the mouth under the influence of emotion. He claimed that the parliament wanted to share the glory of Rumana with everyone. In this context, he also raised the issue of Begum Rokeya.
WBCHSE President Mohua Das controversy
The education community was also busy with Mahua’s behavior. Members of the Teachers’ Unity Free Forum staged a protest outside the Education Parliament office in Salt Lake City. They demanded the resignation of Mahua. When they came to remove the protest, they clashed with the police. Several people were also detained.
In that situation, Mahua opened his mouth about this debate in the Education Parliament. “This is the first time in the history of parliament that such a good result has been achieved,” he said. The girl is the jewel of education. While talking about him, I was reminded of Begum Rokeya, who was similarly good at studying. In the same way he came up from among all. So I said out of emotion. Journalists wanted to know about the girl. So I gave some information so that they can understand the girl. Parliament wanted to share the glory of the girl with everyone.
Latest News Today – However, even though Mahua clarified that he had said ‘out of emotion’, the whole incident started political turmoil. The BJP leadership sharply attacked Mahua’s behavior as it was showing the state government’s flattering behavior. State BJP spokesperson Shamik Bhattacharya questioned on whose instructions Mahua revealed the religious identity of the student and who he wanted to please. Amit Malviya, head of the BJP’s IT cell in West Bengal, and Shuvendu Adhikari, leader of the opposition in West Bengal, tweeted about it.
However, Mahua’s behavior was similarly condemned by the grassroots. Party MLA Tapas Roy said at the time, “I don’t think it should have happened at all. In the whole debate, Rumana also said that it would have been better to call her a student without bringing religion.