Published On: Wed, Apr 3rd, 2019

Modi alleges Mamata unpaved development in West Bengal

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed rallies at Kolkata, Maharashtra, Siliguri and Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday saying his government spent past five years rectifying mistakes of the UPA regime.

In Kolkata he said West Bengal Chief Minister placed speak-breaker in the development path of more than seventy lakh farmer families in the state.

Modi added his government gathered new speed in India, but it was not possible in West Bengal due to speed-breaking attitude of TMC chief, who disallowed people of West Bengal to benefit from Ayushman Bharat scheme.

The PM talked about achievements of his government and referred to the problems of North Bengal saying NDA is working to redress tea garden workers’ issues as well as problems of Adivasis.

He criticized the manifesto of Congress for trying to make Indian armed forces weaker as reviewing some of the clauses of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), which works as a shield in fight against terrorists.

Modi alleges Mamata unpaved development in West Bengal

Modi counted that about 18,000 villages in Arunachal Pradesh were electrified in just 1000 days and those are now not reeling under darkness.

Adding further the senior BJP leader said he is looking to make the northeast as gateway of East Asia and his government’s PM Jan Aarogya Yojana has been able to benefit more than three lakh poor in Arunachal Pradesh.

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