Modi attacks Mamata over cut money says West Bengal has made up its mind for ‘poriborton’ 


Team Udayavani, Feb 22, 2021, 4:56 PM IST

Chuchura (WB): Launching a frontal attack on the Mamata Banerjee government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Monday it has perpetuated “syndicate raj” in all spheres of life in West Bengal where no work gets done without common people having to pay “cut money”.

He accused the TMC government of pursuing “appeasement politics” to protect its vote bank while neglecting its cultural heritage and icons.

“The state government’s cut money culture has vitiated the atmosphere to such an extent that you cannot even take a house on rent without paying it….you cannot rent a house without the syndicate’s permission,” he said.

He attacked the Banerjee government for not allowing central schemes like the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi and Ayushman Bharat, depriving farmers and the poor of its benefits.

“I have been told the house where Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay conceived and wrote ”Vande Mataram” is in an abysmal condition. The man who injected new life into the freedom struggle amid pervasive gloom of slavery…his house is a victim of neglect. It’s an insult to Bengali pride,” Modi said addressing a public rally here in Hooghly district.

He also accused the TMC government of neglecting industrial development, including the state’s once thriving jute industry.

“The people of West Bengal have made up their mind to usher in ”asol poribartan” (real change). The BJP will give Bengal a government that will ensure development of all but appeasement of none,” he asserted.

Repeatedly attacking the state government, Modi said, “Development of Bengal is not possible as long as cut money culture, tolabaji persists.

“Development of Bengal is not possible as long as the state administration patronises goondas, development of Bengal is not possible as long as the rule of law is not established.”

Modi said once the BJP forms its government in Bengal, people will be able to preserve and protect their culture and nobody will be able to scare or suppress them.

He said there was no dearth of potential investors but the threat of the syndicate and cut money dissuaded them from investing in the state.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Kumaraswamy claims RSS conspiring to make Pralhad Joshi K’taka CM, targets lineage

Udupi: 41-year-old man brutally stabbed to death at Pangala

Know five new judges of SC who will take oath on Feb 6

When an Indian textbook courted controversy by listing Musharraf among world’s ‘six great personalities’

Babar Azam, Shahid Afridi moved to safety after explosion near stadium in Quetta

Congress’s 85th plenary session to be game changer for Indian politics: K C Venugopal

Nothing is impossible for youngsters of India: PM Modi


Related Articles More

NIA takes over case of conspiracy to hurl grenades in Hyderabad, books 3 people

Congress leader threatens to shoot wild elephants entering human habitats

Yoga guru Ramdev booked for provocative remarks at meet of seers in Rajasthan’s Barmer

Passenger deplaned from Delhi-New York flight for not adhering to crew instructions: American Airlines

Know five new judges of SC who will take oath on Feb 6

MUST WATCH

Pangala Crime News

A successful coastal farmer growing watermelons

Mahesh Joshi Interview

Success Story of Mr bean

| Malpe fish market


Latest Additions

NIA takes over case of conspiracy to hurl grenades in Hyderabad, books 3 people

Congress leader threatens to shoot wild elephants entering human habitats

PM to inaugurate India Energy Week, launch E20 fuel in Bengaluru

M’luru: Teenager ends life allegedly for scoring lower than expected marks

Yoga guru Ramdev booked for provocative remarks at meet of seers in Rajasthan’s Barmer

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.