Eye on polls! Mamata Banerjee agrees to implement PM Kisan Scheme


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File photograph: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee addresses a press convention on the state secretariat Nabanna in Kolkata.

BJP nationwide common secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya on Friday stated that the saffron get together, after voted to energy in West Bengal, will be certain that


every farmer of the state will get Rs 18,000 in arrears below the PM Kisan scheme.

The assertion of Vijayvargiya, the BJP’s West Bengal in-charge, got here days after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee agreed to implement the central scheme within the state, below which farmers get Rs 6,000 a yr in three equal instalments.

The choice of the Trinamool Congress supremo, taken months earlier than the meeting election, is being seen as a transfer to blunt the BJP’s accusation that her get together is stopping farmers of the state from getting advantages of the scheme.

“Farmers of Bengal will get their due after the Mamata Banerjee authorities goes and the BJP authorities involves energy,” Vijayvargiya stated, whereas addressing a celebration rally at Nandigram in Purba Medinipur district.

They are going to be paid Rs 18,000 every in arrears, the quantity which has already been transferred to the financial institution accounts of farmers in the remainder of the nation, he stated. The mafia controls coal and sand mining within the state and indulges in cattle smuggling, he alleged, asserting that these concerned in such rackets shall be pushed out of the state by the BJP.

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Describing the TMC as a virus, the BJP’s West Bengal president Dilip Ghosh who additionally addressed the rally, stated that his personal get together is its vaccine which can make the ruling get together depart the state after Could.

The meeting election within the state is due in April-Could. Claiming that the BJP already has 1.5 crore members in West Bengal, Ghosh stated that just about 29,000 instances have been filed towards BJP staff within the state to intimidate them.

“The earlier Left Entrance and the present TMC dispensation did not ship. The BJP will be certain that the state marches forward within the path of improvement,” he stated.

Ghosh alleged that the cash meant for aid after cyclone Amphan has been looted and misappropriated by TMC staff and leaders.

“The parivartan (change) individuals had hoped for after the TMC got here to energy proved a mirage and now there’s the necessity for an additional parivartan,” he stated.

Ministers and leaders of the TMC are leaving the get together as they aren’t getting due respect and place, the BJP state president claimed.

“Mamata Banerjee is now accusing us of breaking her get together. What had she completed to different events earlier within the state?” he requested, claiming that the TMC had made a number of MLAs of the Congress and Left events be part of the get together.

Holding that the anti-land acquisition motion of the TMC at Singur, which led to the shifting of Tata Motors’ Nano automotive plant to Gujarat, was “flawed”, BJP nationwide vp Mukul Roy stated that West Bengal didn’t get any trade for the reason that firm was compelled to depart.

“If we win the elections, we are going to urge the prime minister to get the Tatas again in Singur for the sake of rejuvenation of trade within the state,” stated Roy who was within the TMC through the motion at Singur. He, nonetheless, stated that Nandigram agitation was a special problem for the reason that Left Entrance authorities had forcibly taken away land from poor farmers, and Suvendu Adhikari led that motion of the individuals.

Adhikari, who lately resigned because the TMC MLA of Nandigram and joined the BJP, alleged that stones had been thrown through the assembly to create chaos and disturbance.

“Even the CPI(M) throughout its rule had not completed any such factor when the TMC held conferences,” Adhikari stated.

He thanked BJP leaders L Okay Advani, Rajnath Singh and the late Sushma Swaraj for his or her assist to the Nandigram motion in 2007 towards the Left Entrance governments transfer to amass farmlands for organising a particular financial zone (SEZ).

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