NEW DELHI :
West Bengal leader minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday delivered to the attention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi the opposed feedback made in opposition to her executive in the backdrop of the continuing lockdown. At a video convention that Modi held with leader ministers, Banerjee also referred to as for extending the lockdown.
Over the previous one week, whilst Banerjee has accused Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders of spreading faux news, the birthday party state management alleged she isn’t doing sufficient to put into effect the lockdown.
According to an legit who attended the assembly, whilst soliciting for an extension, Banerjee stated central ministers and the state governor will have to forestall making political and contradictory statements in opposition to her executive.
“In the assembly, we advised the Prime Minister that we’re cooperating with the centre, however there are some folks and leaders who’re spreading faux news in regards to the state and tasty in grimy video games… We don’t stand to lose or achieve the rest by way of expanding or reducing the loss of life figures,” Banerjee advised newshounds in Kolkata on Saturday night.
Banerjee and BJP were at loggerheads for the reason that Lok Sabha elections in May 2019 when the BJP controlled to win 18 out of the 42 seats in the state, posing the primary problem to the TMC for the reason that electoral decimation of the Left events in West Bengal. The coming meeting polls in May 2021 is predicted to be a high-pitched combat between the 2 aspects as Congress and Left events have a marginal presence.
Dilip Ghosh, BJP’s state unit leader, led a delegation of his birthday party leaders to governor Jagdeep Dhankar on Saturday, pronouncing the TMC executive was once now not doing sufficient to impose the lockdown and demanded correct distribution of rations.
The West Bengal leader minister on Saturday additionally demanded a countrywide bundle amounting to round 6% of the rustic’s gross home product to counter the pandemic and its affect and aid for the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector.
Anuja and Gyan Varma contributed to the tale.