Home Minister addressed a rally in Bankura during a two-day visit to Kolkata.
Union Home Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Amit Shah arrived in Kolkata on November 15 for a two-day visit to take stock of the party’s organisational matters.
He visited Bankura district, a part of the Jangalmahal area, today to hold meeting with BJP leaders and meet members of various communities of the tribal area.
While addressing the public, Shah criticised the state Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for not letting the poor benefit from over 80 schemes of the Central government. He added that only under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the people of West Bengal could see the change that they were hoping for.
I can see in the eyes of people the hope for change in West Bengal that is possible only under the leadership of our PM Narendra Modi ji. Mamata govt is not letting the benefits of over 80 schemes of the Central govt reach the poor: Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Bankura pic.twitter.com/3SUz19jRWE
— ANI (@ANI) November 5, 2020
Shah appealed the people of Bengal to uproot the TMC government and welcome BJP to ensure prosperity of the state.
Violence and political killings have become the hallmark of Mamata regime.
The atrocities on BJP karyakartas has ensured the formation of BJP govt by two-third majority.
I appeal to the people of Bengal to uproot the TMC govt & bring BJP to ensure the prosperity of the state. pic.twitter.com/axecZmKWOe
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) November 5, 2020
More updates are awaited.
(Source: ANI and Edited by: Rupali Mandal)