Prime Minister Modi’s allegations against the ruling Trinamool Congress party in West Bengal are all bundles of lies. Farmers should first explain why the problem has not been solved and what is the reason for the increase in petrol and diesel prices Trinamool Congress retaliates Has given.
West Bengal is scheduled to hold general elections in April and May. The BJP is actively campaigning for this. The election is expected to be a bitter rivalry between the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP.
Prime Minister Modi visited West Bengal yesterday for the 2nd time this month. Prime Minister Modi inaugurated the Metro rail service in Kolkata. Speaking at a subsequent meeting, Prime Minister Modi said, “The ruling Trinamool Congress party is in government.
In retaliation, the Trinamool Congress MP Derrick O’Brien commented on Twitter.
In it, he said, “Prime Minister Modi has accused the people of declining their livelihood. The average income of the people has gone up from Rs 51,543 in 2010 to Rs 1.09 lakh in 2019.
In terms of employment, there are 89 lakh small businesses operating in West Bengal. In 2012, there were only 34.60 lakh small businesses. 1.32 crore people are employed by small businesses.
Prime Minister Modi accuses BM of not implementing the Kisan scheme. In fact, the West Bengal government subsidizes farmers by Rs 6,000 per acre. However, the BM Kisan scheme pays Rs 1,214 per acre.
The Swastia Caste scheme was launched over the last 2 years i.e. before the launch of the Central Government’s Ayushman Bharat scheme and is benefiting people across the state. All costs were borne by the government.
Prime Minister Modi accused the government of not providing drinking water facility. The central government has so far disbursed only Rs 1,700 crore. But the Mamata Banerjee government has spent Rs 58,000 crore on piped drinking water across the state to provide clean drinking water to the people.
Prime Minister Modi said Mamata was not allowed to perform Durga Puja. However, during the Durga Puja in 2020, the Mamata government provided financial assistance of Rs 50,000 for each pooja mandal.
Prime Minister Modi’s speech is a bundle of lies. We are not investigating the truth, “said Derrick O’Brien.
Trinamool Congress spokesperson Kunal Ghosh said, “Before questioning the Trinamool Congress, Prime Minister Modi should explain why he did not stop the rise in petrol and diesel prices. He should also explain why the farmers did not try to solve the problem.”