New Delhi: With only few days left for state assembly election to be held in five states, the BJP is trying its might to win the polls by targeting its rival parties in the poll-bound states and boosting about its government’s work in party’s mega rallies. To woo the voters, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Bengal after which he is scheduled to address rallies in Assam today, while Home Minister Amit Shah will be seen making poll promises in Kerala, where he will participate in two roadshows and two rallies.
Targeting the chief of ruling TMC in Bengal, PM Modi criticised Mamata Banerjee’s reign as state Chief Minister citing several incidence of violence and bomb blasts. He said that during TMC government state was burning with explosions and bombs but Didi’s government just kept on watching. We have to change this situation together. Bengal needs peace, stability, freedom from bomb guns and violence.
“TMC’s khela sesh hobe, bikash arambho hobe”. The development of Bengal is BJP’s commitment. We will work very hard for Bengal’s future… “Bangla chai, BJP sarkar”, PM Narendra Modi said.
He further alleged that the farmer of Bengal cannot forget how Didi has shown ruthlessness. She deprived them of PM Kisan Samman Nidhi. The PM said that this money was not to be allowed by the TMC government to reach the farmers, the Government of India wanted to deposit this money in the farmers’ account from Delhi but Didi sat down with the farmers and did not let Centre deposit the money in the farmers’ account.
PM also accused Trinamool Congress of hindering Centre’s tap water scheme to every house by not allowing this to happen in the state. “The TMC government is not worried about you. The work done by the BJP government at the Center for the empowerment of sisters and daughters. The government of double engine is going to increase manifold,” said the PM while targeting TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee.
The state will undergo a 8-phase polling, beginning from March 27. Counting of votes will take place on May 2.