TMC leader attacks Amit Shah, says, 'first fulfil the promises made at the Center'
TMC leader attacks Amit Shah, says, 'first fulfil the promises made at the Center'

Kolkata: The competition started between Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Trinamool Congress (TMC) ahead of the assembly elections in West Bengal. In the midst of the visit of Home Minister Amit Shah, the BJP has now been hit back by the TMC. Minister B. Basu while attacking BJP said that during the crisis of Corona epidemic, the government has hidden bills related to farmers. There is talk of women reservation in Bengal, but it has not yet been implemented in the centre.

Attacking the BJP in the Bengal government, the minister said that many important schemes are already being run by the state government in the state. TMC has 31% women MPs in Rajya Sabha and 13% in Lok Sabha. Whereas BJP's figure is much less. Minister B. Basu on the employment issue said that people have not got employment even in Gujarat. On the issue of health, the state government's plan provides coverage up to 100%. Taking a dig at PM Modi, the minister said that he is passionate about the leaders of the opposition in the Rajya Sabha, but the farmers who have been agitating for so long do nothing for them.

The Home Minister in Bengal addressed a rally in South 24 Parganas on the first day of his visit. Shah had targeted the state government in this meeting and said that this time BJP government will be formed and BJP will win more than 200 seats.

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