Bengal Assembly sets out to change name of state

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Kolkata, Aug 29: The West Bengal state Assembly today passed a determination to change the name of the state from West Bengal to “Bangla” in Bengali and “Bengal” in English. The restriction Congress, BJP and Left Front contradicted the move.

The determination was moved by state Parliamentary Affairs pastor Partha Chatterjee under guideline 169, which said that the name of the state would be “Bangla” in Bengali , “Bengal” in English and “Bangal” in Hindi.

Talking on the movement, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said “The name Bangla has an authentic and social foundation. I don’t have any issue with the name of “Bango” either. In any case, the vast majority of the general population need the name ‘Bangla’. In English it will be “Bengal” so that there will be no perplexity with the name of neighboring Bangladesh.”

“At whatever point we leave India or to some other state we are known as individuals from Bengal. In 2011 we had once proposed to change the name of the state, yet it was kept down by the Center. There was no choice with respect to it. So we chose to convey it at the end of the day to change the name of the state to ‘Bangla’,” Banerjee said.

Later addressing journalists, Banerjee said “The individuals who are contradicting the name change only for governmental issues ought to be embarrassed. It is a notable goof and the history won’t pardon them.”

She said that the matter would now be sent to the focal government and after that it will be put in Parliament.

“I will ask for the focal government to seek after the matter with the goal that it can be put in Parliament. We need it to be done as right on time as would be prudent,” she said.

Banerjee likewise reprimanded state BJP president and MlA Dilip Ghosh for his late remarks that he would not permit it to be passed.

“I will perceive how he can stop it. I will address the Union home pastor. Who is he (Dilip Ghosh) to stop it?” Banerjee said. .