Introducing a frontal attack on the Mamata Banerjee government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Monday it has actually perpetuated “distribute raj” in all spheres of life in West Bengal where no work gets done without typical individuals having to pay “cut money”. He accused the TMC federal government of pursuing “appeasement politics” to secure its vote bank while ignoring its cultural heritage and icons.
“The state government’s cut cash culture has vitiated the atmosphere to such a degree that you can not even take a house on lease without paying it … you can not rent a home without the syndicate’s authorization,” he stated.
He attacked the Banerjee government for not allowing main plans like the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi and Ayushman Bharat, depriving farmers and the poor of its benefits.”I have actually been told your home where Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay conceived and wrote ‘Vande Mataram’ is in an abysmal condition. The male who injected brand-new life into the liberty struggle amidst prevalent gloom of slavery … his house is a victim of neglect. It’s an insult to Bengali pride,” Modi said attending to a public rally here in Hooghly district.He also implicated the TMC federal government of ignoring industrial development, including the state’s when flourishing jute industry.r”The people of West Bengal have comprised their mind to usher in ‘asol poribartan’ (genuine change). The BJP will offer Bengal a government that will make sure advancement of all but appeasement of none,” he asserted.Repeatedly attacking the state government, Modi said, “Advancement of Bengal is not possible as long as cut money culture, tolabaji persists.”Advancement of Bengal is not possible as long as the state administration patronises goondas, advancement of Bengal is not possible as long as the guideline of law is not established.”Modi said once the BJP forms its government in Bengal, individuals will be able to preserve and safeguard their culture and no one will have the ability to terrify or suppress them.He said there was no lack of prospective financiers however the danger of the distribute and cut cash detered them from purchasing the state.