Kolkata: After sweeping the Left Front out of power in West Bengal, it seems Mamata Banerjee is unwilling to see anything that is 'red' in the state.

Writer’s building – the Chief Minister’s secretariat, is getting a facelift and even the red carpet in the historic building has been replaced with plywood keeping in mind the agenda of removing everything that is related to the Left Front regime.

The state Public Works Department officials are engaged in giving the Chief Minister’s office a new look.

Keeping Banerjee’s choice in mind, everything has changed from lighting to carpets. New arrangements have been made for lighting purposes and cushion chairs have been replaced with wooden ones.

Mamata would also use wooden chair in her office. The colour of the four walls of her office has been changed to cream.

The photographs of Left stalwarts in the building have been replaced with pictures taken during the swearing-in ceremony of the incumbent government along with pictures of other legends.

The office is being renovated under the supervision of West Bengal PWD secretary AB Burman and Mamata’s close associate Rantan Mukherjee.

Officials and workers were engaged in redesigning the office even on Sunday.

JPN/Bureau