“Mind your language, Chidambaram”- Buddhadeb

On Monday West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee hit back at Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram for his comments that in maintaining law and order the buck stopped at the Chief Minister’s table, and said him to “mind your language”.

“Buck is not the language of politicians. It is slang. I will tell him to mind his language. I had asked him to tell the Opposition to cooperate with the government,” as said by West Bengal Chief Minister.

When he was asked about Mr. Chidambaram’s views, the Chief Minister said: “I do not accept what he said. I know my responsibility. Let me do my job and let him do his.”

He also added “I am trying to discharge my responsibilities. I have my own views about the law and order situation. He gave me his views and I gave him mine. But I also told him that it is very difficult to maintain law and order if the Opposition does not cooperate. I told him that you should tell the Opposition to attend meetings when called by the government.”

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