BJP lures voters with bagful of money: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee alleges vote loot | India Information
New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee accused the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) of arriving with “money” throughout polls to “lure voters and loot votes”.
Addressing an election marketing campaign rally at Paschim Medinipur in West Bengal, Banerjee alleged that forward of elections, BJP leaders “arrive right here in choppers and planes from outdoors with bagful of money to lure voters and loot votes”.
Admitting there have been lapses within the aid efforts carried out when Cyclone Amphan hit the state, the West Bengal CM stated, “1000’s of crores of rupees have been doled out by the TMC authorities for the cyclone-affected. There might have been one or two exceptions… However we rushed to be on the aspect of individuals. The place have been BJP leaders then? On the time of human miseries, they’re all the time absent.”
The TMC supremo additionally assured that if voted to energy, her occasion won’t enable the train of Nationwide Inhabitants Register (NPR) to be carried out within the state. She claimed, “The BJP will omit names of voters if they don’t seem to be discovered at dwelling in the course of the go to of enumerators. They are going to simply evict you (individuals). However we’d not enable them to replace the register right here.”
“Not a single member of any household, no citizen of the nation could be evicted from Bengal,” Banerjee was quoted as saying by PTI.
In the meantime, forward of the upcoming Meeting elections, TMC released its manifesto on Wednesday with the intention to ‘maintain Bengal as one of many main states in India’.
The polls to 294-member West Bengal Meeting seats will likely be held in eight phases ranging from March 27. The counting of votes will happen on Might 2.
(With PTI inputs)