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Prime Minister Modi said in Hooghly, Now West Bengal has made up its mind for change #Modirsathebangla

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Assembly elections will held in bengal soon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Hooghly on Monday evening as part of his visit. While addressing a public meeting here, he said that your enthusiasm is sending a message from Kolkata to Delhi. Now West Bengal has made up its mind for change.

Accusing the Trinamool government of the state, the Prime Minister said that the state governments till now have left this historic area on their feet. The infrastructure here, the heritage here was allowed to be disturbed. He said that Vande Mataram Bhavan, where Bankim Chandra Chatterjee lived for five years, is in a very bad condition.

He said that this is the building where he churned about the creation of Vande Mataram. Vande Mataram, who gave new life in the freedom struggle and the state government left it on its condition. When a BJP government is formed in Bengal, every Bengalis will be able to glorify their culture without fear of anyone.

It is necessary to feed lotus in West Bengal …

He said that we will create such a Bengal which will be free from bargaining and will be equipped with employment and self-employment. He said that the people talking about Maa Mati and Manush have become a wall in front of the development of Bengal. It is important to feed lotus in Bengal so that the change that can happen in Bengal is expected in which our youth is living.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that rail and metro connectivity is the priority of the central government this year. These things should have been done decades ago and now we should not delay it further. Investments are being made in several infrastructure projects, including expansion of railway lines, electrification works.

TMC government is keeping the poor deprived of water …

The Prime Minister said that lakhs of poor families of Bengal are still deprived of free treatment facility of five lakh rupees under Ayushman Yojana. Let me give an example of how these efforts are made to help the poor. Water life mission is going on to deliver water from pipes to every house in the villages of the country.

He said that the effort is that our mothers, sisters and daughters do not have to spend time and labor in fetching water. Children can be protected from diseases sown by polluted water. This is more important for Bengal because in one and a half twenty two crore rural houses, only nine lakh houses have tap water facility.

TMC government is sitting on 1100 crore pressures …

The PM said, at the speed at which the government here is working, at that speed, it is not known how many years will pass in transporting water from pipes to every house in Bengal. To provide water to every household, the Government of India gave more than Rs 1700 crores to the TMC government, but out of this only 609 crores was spent by the government here.

The Prime Minister further said that the rest of the 1100 crore government here has sat under pressure. This shows that the TMC government does not care about the poor, the sisters and daughters of Bengal. He said that the BJP government in Bengal has to be formed not only for the change of power but also for the change of Asol (complete).

It was the fame of Calcutta, which was ruined…

The Prime Minister said that at one time Hooghly was the center of industries, there were factories, exports were done on a large scale, but today you know what is the situation of Hooghly. There was a time when in many folk songs of eastern India, the folk songs that were sung by mothers and sisters from house to house were sung that the people of the house went to ‘Calcutta’ to earn.

The Prime Minister said that in these songs, there was an expectation of what a person would bring when he returned from there. Such songs were sung all over the country outside Bengal. This was the fame of Calcutta, now all this has changed. People of Bengal, who once gave employment to all, are now forced to move to other states for employment. We will change it.

We will develop the area asol …

He said that we will take fast decisions, develop this area. There was a time when the jute mills here catered to the needs of the country, but this industry too was abandoned. Ever since the BJP government came to the center, several steps have been taken for the jute farmers. We have made it mandatory to use jute for packing wheat.

The Prime Minister said that the central government sends money directly to the bank accounts of the poor and farmers, but, the Bengal government’s schemes do not reach the poor without the permission of TMC’s ‘Tolababas’. This is why TMC leaders are getting richer and normal families are getting poorer.

Development of Bengal is not possible until …

The Prime Minister said that the development of Bengal is not possible as long as there is rule of syndicate, there will be rule of bargaining, there will be cut culture, governance will give shelter to goons, the rule of law is not established here, to listen to the general public. Government does not form here. To change this situation, voice is coming from every corner of Bengal, ‘Aamra Aasol Poribartan Chahi’ (We need to change earlier).

Will give gifts of many projects

During this time, Prime Minister narendra Modi will give many projects to the state. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will not attend the Prime Minister’s program. Mamta will stay away from the inauguration ceremony of several railway projects by the Prime Minister in Hooghly today. Even earlier, he had kept away from Prime Minister Modi’s program.

On February 7, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated four projects in the oil, gas, and infrastructure sectors in Haldia, West Bengal. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was invited to join the program but she did not attend it. He did this because of the slogan ‘Jai Shri Ram’ by BJP workers in the presence of the Prime Minister on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. He called it his insult.

PM Modi will inaugurate extension of Kolkata Metro till Dakshineswar
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the extension of the North-South line of Kolkata Metro from Noapara to Dakshineswar on Monday. An official gave information about this. Kolkata Metro spokesperson Indrani Banerjee said that the Prime Minister will flag off the metro train from Noapada to Dakshineswar through an event in Hooghly district.

He said that the inaugural program is scheduled after noon on Monday and thousands of people will benefit from Noapara to Dakshineswar after the trains run on this 4.1 km long route. After the expansion of the North South line of the metro rail, devotees desirous of visiting Dakshineswar Kali temple, apart from regular passengers, will have the facility to travel fast and pollution free.

The metro official said that it will now take more than an hour for the passengers of Kavi Subhash station to travel more than 31 kilometers to Dakshineswar.

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