BJP chief Amit Shah said the Center offered enough budgetary help to West Bengal however there was no improvement in the state, and asked the Mamata Banerjee government to answer where the cash has gone.
Hitting out at the Trinamool Congress over Narada and Sarada tricks, Shah said he is concerned in regards to the advancement and advance of West Bengal.
“All of you think about issues like Narada, Sarada outrages and peace issues. In any case, there stays another issue – where has the reserve distributed to the state by the Center gone?” he inquired.
“While the thirteenth Finance Commission had assigned Rs 1,3,585 crore to Bengal in five years, you will be glad to take note of the Narendra Modi government gave Rs 2,82,942 crore to Bengal. Where has this cash gone?” he asked the group at a ‘Vikas Sabha’ of the gathering.
“There has been no advancement in the state – no streets, poor charge in rustic regions. Can Mamataji tell the general population of the state where the cash went,” Shah said.
He additionally attacked Banerjee for dissenting demonetisation and stated, “While the whole world has been commending the note boycott, just Didi (Mamata) was crying rough.”
The BJP president urged the general population of Bengal to give his gathering a possibility “since you have officially attempted the Congress, the Left and the TMC”.
Three pioneers – including previous Congress pioneer Kanak Debnath, previous AICC part Manoj Pandey and previous TMC pioneer Anupam Dutta – joined the BJP at the program.
A few learned people including a well known Bengali essayist, including on-screen character turned BJP MP Roopa Ganguly were additionally present on the event at Mahajati Sadan.