Prime Minister Modi said that the state of Bengal wants change. He alleged that the state government was obstructing the implementation of central welfare schemes.
Prime Minister Modi said that the state of Bengal wants change. He alleged that the state government was obstructing the implementation of central welfare schemes. He, who is visiting Bengal for the second time this month, was addressing a rally in Hooghly district on Monday. “Bengal has been left in the air for years. That is why now people want real change,” Modi said. He criticized the Chief Minister and the ruling party for kneeling down the central funds due to the state for obstructing development and saying that the government had spent only Rs 609 crore while the Center had sanctioned Rs 1700 crore.
He said the government had failed to provide fresh water facility to the people of the state and was unable to compete with other states in almost all sectors. He scoffed at the TMC slogan that Bengal wanted its own daughter. Modi commented that let’s see who will win in the upcoming elections.
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