Bengal can’t progress if ‘syndicate rule’ persists, state has made up its mind for ‘poriborton’: PM Modi


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Bengal can’t progress if ‘syndicate rule’ persists, state has made up its mind for ‘poriborton’: PM Modi

Training weapons on the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday stated that West Bengal will not have the ability to progress if “tolabaji (extortion)” continues to persist. He stated the individuals of the state have made up their mind for “poriborton (change)”. 

Addressing a public rally in Hooghly Monday afternoon, Modi additionally alleged that the financial advantages of schemes in West Bengal by no means reached the poor. 

“Centre transfers money directly into bank accounts of farmers & poor. But monetary benefits of schemes of Bengal Govt does not reach the poor without the consent of all the ‘tolabaaz’ of TMC. This is why TMC leaders are becoming richer & normal families are becoming poorer,” he stated. 

“Development in Bengal not possible as long as cut money culture, syndicate rule and “tolabaji” (extortion) persists,” the prime minister added.

Modi slammed Mamata for “failing” to maintain Vande Mataram Bhawan in a very good state. He stated that it was an “injustice” to West Bengal’s satisfaction and that there was politics of vote financial institution and appeasement concerned right here. 

“I am told that Vande Mataram Bhawan, where Bankim Chandra Ji lived for 5 years, is in very bad condition. This is the same Bhawan where he brainstormed to write Vande Mataram, the poem which gave a new lease of life to the freedom struggle. Failure to keep the place of the creator of such ‘amar gaan’ in a good state is an injustice to West Bengal’s pride & there is huge politics involved in this — the politics which focuses on vote bank, not patriotism; appeasement, not Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas,” Modi stated. 

He stated {that a} BJP authorities within the state needs to be shaped not simply for  political ‘poribartan’ (political change), however ‘asol poribartan’ (actual change). “Lotus will bring that ‘asol poribartan’ that youth aims for,” he stated. 

“BJP will work for such a ‘Sonar Bangla’ which will strengthen Bengal’s history and culture. A Bengal where faith, spirituality, and enterprise will be respected; where development will be for all and appeasement of none. A Bengal which will be ‘tolabaji-mukt’ & ‘rojgar-yukt’,” the prime minister reiterated. 

Elections to the 294-member West Bengal meeting are more likely to be held in April-May.

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