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People of West Bengal ready to call ‘Goodbye’ to Mamata Banerjee: JP Nadda

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BJP president JP Nadda, who went on a tour of West Bengal, has said that the people of the state have agreed to call Mamata Banerjee a ‘goodbye’ and hand over power to the BJP in the coming elections.

Nadda had reached Bengal in connection with the last round of a month’s farmer protection campaign. Taking a dig at Mamta Banerjee, she said that due to her policies, there has been no development in the state.

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Nadda said that Mamata didi has done injustice to the farmers here. She in her stubbornness, ego & pride, did not roll out PM’s Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana in West Bengal. This has kept over 70 lakh farmers deprived of its benefit.

Attacking Mamta Banerjee, he said that farmers in the state did not get the benefit of Pradhan Mantri Kisan Yojana due to their arrogance.

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He said that Mamta is doing injustice to farmers in Bengal.

He said, “Prime Minister Modi gives 6000 rupees to farmers all over the country under the Prime Minister Kisan Samman Nidhi but Mamta is not allowing this scheme to be implemented in Bengal because of her ego. Due to this, 70 lakh farmers have been deprived of Rs 6000 annually in the last two years. ”

He also blamed the Mamta government for the lack of basic facilities related to agriculture in the state.

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Nadda joined around 4000 farmers for a common-lunch (saha bhog) in Malda district while attending the Krishak Suraksha Abhiyan.

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