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KIRAN BEDI MESSAGE AFTER REMOVAL FROM PUDDUCHERRY

Kiran Bedi on Wednesday said that she found a message on the cover of her diary that told her to have a “kind heart, fierce mind and brave spirit”.

Bedi was removed from Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry  post on Tuesday night in a sudden development when the union territory was witnessing a political crisis following the resignation of Congress MLAs from the V Narayanasamy government.

“Thank all those who were a part my journey as Lt Governor of Puducherry-The People of Puducherry and all the Public officials,” Ms Bedi, 71, tweeted this morning, along with a statement.
“I thank the Government of India for a life time experience in serving Puducherry, as its Lt Governor,” she said. “Team Raj Nivas” worked diligently to serve larger public interest, Ms Bedi said.

 

The former IPS officer also tweeted a clip of a motivational quote from a cover of a dairy on her table. “Kind heart, fierce mind, brave spirit,” it said.

President Ram Nath Kovind gave the additional charge of the union territory to Telangana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan “with effect from the date she assumes charge of her office, until regular arrangements for the office of Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry are made”. The direction from the President comes amid the political crisis where the ruling Congress-led government has been reduced to a minority after one more MLA quit the party on Tuesday.

Bedi and Narayanasamy have been at loggerheads over a range of issues. A retired IPS officer, Bedi was functioning till late Tuesday evening and reviewing the Covid-19 vaccination drive in the union territory and issuing directions for bringing in police force and sanitation workers in the frontline worker category for the inoculation.

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