BJP Heavyweights Absent During Calamities: Mamata Banerjee’s Nephew
Baharampur (West Bengal):
Taking a swipe at BJP heavyweights from Delhi who had visited houses of the poor in West Bengal in the course of the meeting polls, TMC nationwide common secretary Abhishek Banerjee on Wednesday stated they’re conspicuous by their absence when calamities strike the state.
Mr Banerjee made the comment after visiting the houses of those that had been killed in lightning strikes on Monday. He additionally stated that whereas Prime Minister Narendra Modi has introduced monetary assist for the household of the sufferer, the Trinamool Congress authorities already prolonged financial support to the members of the family of the victims.
“Those who had eaten lunch on banana leaves sitting at homes of the poor and clicked photographs during the polls, are nowhere to be seen now,” Mr Banerjee stated, apparently referring to the likes of Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP chief JP Nadda.
“But, our leader Mamata Banerjee and her soldiers always rush to the aid of people in every situation,” the previous chief of the get together’s youth wing asserted.
At least 27 folks had been killed in lightning strikes in three districts of south Bengal on Monday.
Mr Banerjee additionally trashed BJP’s declare that he determined to fulfill the members of the family of the victims in Murshidabad and Hooghly solely after the PM provided condolences and declared monetary assist.
“We are always beside our people during times of distress… But, where is the BJP now?” he stated.
Mr Banerjee, the nephew of the chief minister, stated she would into the calls for of offering jobs to the members of the family of those that had been killed within the pure occasion.
On criticism of the BJP concerning the efficiency of the TMC authorities on numerous fronts since returning to energy for the third time period, Mr Banerjee stated “I ask them to first tackle their infighting (in the West Bengal unit). They should put their own house in order first.”
He additionally raked up the insider-outsider concern that had made headlines within the run-up to the meeting elections and whereas the train was underway.
“Bahiragato ase bahiragato jay bangla nijer meyeke chay” (outsiders come and go, but Bengal only wants its daughter at the helm),” the newly appointed TMC nationwide common secretary added.
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