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Shah slams WB CM Mamta Banerjee Govt. for lack of developmental works

ANI  |  Kolkata (West Bengal) [India] 

(BJP) Chief on Tuesday accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led-of doing nothing in terms of development of the state, in their regime.

Addressing the gathering at the intellectual meet in West Bengal, Shah said, "Once due to the iconic leaders like Swami Vivekananda, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, was on the path to glory. But after Communist and All government, the state is fighting for its existence. should answer the people, why Bengal is lacking in all aspects of development? She must tell people where has their money gone, as there is no real development in the state."

Highlighting achievements of in last three years, Shah further averred that Prime Minister Narendra has put on the path to glory.

"has given a transparent to the nation. The has built 4.5 crore toilets in just three years. The saved 59 thousand crore public money with the help of direct benefit transfer scheme. They have also ensured electricity for all, and particularly in rural till 2018. Today the whole world believes that can surpass any limit in its defence," he mentioned.

"The has started a new era of 'Politics of Performance' in the country," he added.

Earlier in the day, Shah said, those who talk about human rights in New Delhi must go and see the situation in Kolkata as well.

"The human rights' champions, who speak on every incident, must also report what is happening in Birbhum and Barasat [in Kolkata]," Shah said.

Shah also made an appeal to those involved in political violence in the state to put a stop to such practice.

"I appeal to those involved in political violence, that it is in their benefit to stop doing so," he said.

There have been several episodes of violence reported in Few Left supporters, yesterday, in North 24 Parganas district clashed with the police outside the District Magistrate's office while protesting against the government's policies.

He is on a three-day visit to the city from yesterday to September 13.

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First Published: Tue, September 12 2017. 22:22 IST
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