Mamta Banerjee Suddenly Reached The Tea Shop In Jhargram, Distributed Pakoras
West Bengal News: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee reached...
West Bengal News: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee reached Jhargram today (November 15) on the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda. The Chief Minister reached there with her convoy at a roadside tea shop. There she was seen giving tea and pakodas to the people. Earlier, he unveiled a statue of Birsa Munda on his birth anniversary. He also announced that the statue of Birsa Munda would be installed in 5 cities. He also performed folk dance with the tribals on the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda.
Center does not help the state
Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee fiercely targeted the central government on this occasion. He asked whether he will have to beg by falling at the feet of the Modi government to get the development fund for Bengal. Years ago money was sought from the Center for the state. Mamta Banerjee said that the Center takes huge money from the state in the form of GST, but when it comes to giving, it backs down. Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that ‘the Center should give money to the state for the schemes, otherwise leave the throne’.
— ANI (@ANI) October 15, 2022
Attacked the central government
During the public meeting in Jhargram, CM Mamta Banerjee said that no one can take away the land of tribals. He told the tribals that you should not tolerate the atrocities being committed by the central government. Give him a befitting reply. Mamta Banerjee also went to Belpahari village of tribals after finishing the public meeting. Mamta Banerjee also heard the problems of the women there. The women said that they have not got pucca houses yet. The villagers said that there is also a problem of drinking water in the village. CM Mamta Banerjee said that before 2024 all the problems will be solved. Mamta Banerjee also picked up a child there in her lap.
apologized to the President
Mamta Banerjee apologized to one of her minister Akhil Giri after his objectionable remarks on President Draupadi Murmu. Mamta knows very well the importance of the votes of the tribals. At this time, he has also announced a one-day holiday on the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda to make his hold among the tribals. There are about 7 to 8 percent tribal voters in West Bengal. Four assembly constituencies of Jangalmahal region, in which the number of tribal community is more in Bankura, Purulia, Jhargram and West Midnapore.
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