New Delhi, August 6 (IANS) The Narendra Modi government on Wednesday, dismissed the governor Kamla Beniwal of Mizoram, an official statement said.
Former union Home Secretary Vinod Kumar Duggal, who is the governor of Manipur, Mizoram’s additional costs will be held.
87-year-old Beniwal, who has worked with Modi when tensions, he was the chief minister of Gujarat and her governor, is the second governor removed by the National Democratic Alliance government from her duties.
Pondicherry Governor Virendra Kataria was dismissed July 12.
àRashtrapati presidential palace said in a statement: “the president has instructed Kamla Beniwal Mizoram governor will no longer hold office.”
It said Duggal will discharge Mizoram governor, functions, in addition to his own duties until further orders.
Beniwal, who was transferred to Mizoram July 6, is the U.S. Congress leaders who are either for sale or required by the Modi government quit being a host.
Among those who resigned from the government’s signal is BL Houqiao Xi (Uttar Pradesh), MK. Narayanan (West Bengal), Xiejiadute (Chhattisgarh), Ashwani Kumar (Nagaland) and BV Wanchoo (GOA)