- Election fighting has intensified in West Bengal
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi held public meeting in Hooghly
- Modi said- BJP government will bring ‘Asol Poribartan’ in Bengal
The election in West Bengal (West Bengal Election 2021) has intensified. Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing a public meeting in Hooghly on Monday said that the BJP government should not be formed just for ‘political poribartan’ (change), but for ‘asol poribartan’ (real change) in Bengal. Should be PM Modi said that Kamal will bring that ‘Asol Poribartan’, which is aimed at the youth.
In a scathing attack on the Mamata Banerjee-led government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged that he (Mamata Banerjee) implemented the ‘Syndicate Raj’ in every area in West Bengal where people have no work without ‘cut money’. . He alleged that the Trinamool Congress-led government was doing politics of appeasement to protect its vote bank, ignoring the cultural heritage and the great men.
Cut money culture spoiled the atmosphere
The PM alleged that the cut money culture of the state government has so ruined the atmosphere that you cannot rent a house without giving it … You cannot rent a house without the permission of the syndicate. He criticized the Mamata Banerjee-led government for not allowing the Centre’s schemes like ‘Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi’ and ‘Ayushman Bharat’.
Attack on Trinamool Congress government
Addressing a public meeting in Hooghly, Modi said that I have been told that the house where Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay composed ‘Vande Mataram’ is in a dilapidated condition. The house of the person who worked to burn a new life in the freedom struggle amidst the despair caused by slavery was neglected. It is disrespect to the pride of Bengal. He accused the Trinamool Congress government of neglecting industrial development, including the jute industry.
Mamta targeted opposition on West Bengal minister Zakir Hussain’s attack
‘People of Bengal make up for’ real change ‘
The Prime Minister said that the people of West Bengal have made up their mind for ‘real change’. The BJP will give Bengal a government in which the development of all will be ensured, no one will be appeased. Attacking the state government continuously, Modi said that as long as there is a ‘cut money’ culture, gang rule will prevail and tolabaji (extortion) will continue, there will be no development in Bengal. Modi said that when the BJP government is formed in Bengal, people and their culture will be protected and no one will intimidate or suppress them.