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Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited in Purulia, West Bengal

West Bengal: On Thursday, Prime Minister visited Purulia in West Bengal and will be visiting Karimganj in Assam later in the afternoon, to address public rallies days ahead of assembly elections.
In Purulia, addressing a rally, PM Modi said that the “ double engine government “ which will have one engine in Delhi and the second in Bengal, will duly prioritize Purulia’s development”. Purulia is a backward region thanks to TMC”, said Modi.
This is PM Modi’s fourth visit to the two states since January. In his last visit in February, PM Modi has inaugurated a string of oil, gas, metro and railway projects alongside roads and colleges.
Highlights from PM Modi’s speech in Purulia, Bengal:

  1. Purulia is facing a huge water crisis due to inaction of Trinamool Congress
    Government. They have given Purulia, migration and the identity of being one of the most backward regions in the country.
  2. In May this year, the ones who run the syndicate will be defeated.
  3. TMC days are over. Even Mamata Didi knows this but she says, ‘Khela hobe’.
  4. Didi says ‘Khela Hobe’ but BJP says, ‘Vikas hobe’.
  5. TMC means ‘Transfer My Commission’.
  6. It was Atal Ji’s government that created a separate ministry for the protection and welfare of tribal interests. The Central government today has created a separate budget for tribal interests. Many Schemes have been launched.

Both states are important for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is the ruling party in Assam and seeks to retain a second term in the Northeastern state riding on its five-year-old government’s achievements.

Whereas in West Bengal, BJP has managed to position itself as the primary opposition to Trinamool Congress (TMC) 10 year rule and aims to enter the state assembly where currently it has zero seats.

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Written by Pranita Giri

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