Kolkata/IBNS: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's address in the Oxford Union debate has been postponed.
The postponement has been sought by the organisers.
The CM had received the invitation to address the Oxford Union in July this year but she had to delay it amid Covid-19 pandemic.
As per media reports, Banerjee was about to highlight some of the projects of her government running for more than nine years in West Bengal.
The Oxford Union, which was formed in 1823, had earlier featured former US President Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton, British Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, spiritual leader Dalai Lama and others as the speakers.