Modi at Kharagpur, lauds for an upcoming government dedicated to development and growth

Addressing a huge crowd at Kharagpur in Paschim Medinipur of West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi yet again voiced for a double-engine sarkar which is aimed to transform the staggering economy of Bengal into a developing one. Hitting out at the TMC Supremo Mamata Banerjee, Modi stated that Miss Banerjee has squashed the trust of the people of Bengal with false promises and ‘looted’ administrative policies.

“Didi, the people of Bengal has given you 10 years to serve. And in return, you and your governance has given them false hopes, corruption, extortion and cut-money culture”, said Modi at Kharagpur. During his speech, the mega campaigner for the BJP accused the previous governments for keeping Bengal scheduled from obtaining central welfare policies. And as a result, the downtrodden even now in West Bengal is neglected from receiving basic necessities such as water pipeline, electricity, better roads, housing and healthcare facilities. Modi even accused Mamata Banerjee for not letting the ‘New Education Policy’ to implement in the state that is drawn to help aspiring children and youngsters study according to practical learning and in regional languages.

Taunting at Mamata Banerjee’s ‘Outsider’ party comment, Modi recollected the memories of Shyama Prasad Mookherji who was the founder of the then Jan Sangh in India that later changed to Bhartiya Janata Party. “We practice the ideology set by Shyama Prasad Mookherji and Ashutosh Mukherjee. Hence, if there is any party that actually originates from the land of Bengal, it is the BJP”, Modi said. Lauding the efforts given by the BJP workers in Bengal for the past five years, Modi in a promising manner assured that if BJP is chosen to power, it will work night and day to transform Bengal’s developmental demography.

Rituparna Dutta

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