Mamata Banerjee did nothing for tribals, farmers of Bengal: BJP president JP Nadda
Alleging that the Mamata Banerjee allotment has not done anything for the government assistance of the farmers and tribals in West Bengal, BJP president JP Nadda said on Wednesday that his gathering will guarantee all-adjust headway of individuals of the state whenever casted a ballot to control.
He said that the individuals who won the decisions for the sake of 'Mama, Mati, Manush', are presently occupied with "tyranny, submission and strongarm strategies".
Guaranteeing that wrongs done to the destitute individuals of the state won't proceed for long, he said in the coming races Mamata Banerjee needs to go and the lotus will sprout.
Keeping up that individuals of the state have been denied of the Ayushman Bharat medical services and the farmers are not getting advantages of PM-Kisan, he said that these will be made accessible once the BJP structures government in the state.
Nadda was joined by BJP state president Dilip Ghosh, who is additionally the neighbourhood MP, and another person MP Sukanta Majumdar.
Nadda said that the head administrator, during his visit to the state on Sunday, committed to the country's oil, gas and street projects worth more than Rs 4,700 crore.
He said that Rs 25,000 crore has been allocated to the state in the Union Budget for street development and upgradation by the Modi government.