Published On: Sun, Mar 7th, 2021

With scams galore, ‘Corruption Olympics’ can be organised in Bengal: Modi

Kolkata: Preparing a roadmap for the upcoming state Assembly polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress government has shattered the expectations of people in West Bengal.

You have done so many scams that a ‘Corruption Olympics’ game can be organised

Prime Minister Modi was addressing a huge rally at Kolkata’s Brigade Ground on Sunday ahead of state Assembly polls.

Modi said that he never saw such a huge turnout in a political rally ever in life. He said that his visit was targeted to reassure the people of Bengal that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would work towards a better tomorrow.

“Let me assure you that we will leave no stone unturned to develop Bengal. We want a Bengal full of employment opportunities so that people do not have to go out. Real change means 21st century infrastructure, more investment, comprehensive growth and more economic power to poor people,” he pointed out.

He said that there would be no appeasement politics in the state if the BJP comes to power. The party will not entertain illegal immigrants.

“These five years are going to be really important for Bengal to prepare the development blueprint for the next 25 years. We all need to work hard towards that direction. Bengal needs a double-engine government to capitalise on that growth momentum,” Modi said.

Hit out at Mamata Banerjee for rampant corruption in Bengal, he said that the party has indulged in so many scams that a ‘Corruption Olympics’ can be organised.

Modi targeted Mamata Banerjee-led government for “playing with the hard-earned money of the people.”

“Tolabaazi, syndicate, commission cut! You have done so many scams that a ‘Corruption Olympics’ game can be organised. You have played with the hard-earned money of the people and their lives,” PM Modi said.

“They have done innumerable corruption and looted the people of Bengal. They have even looted the relief money sent for Amphan,” he added.

“Bengal wants development, peace and property. People want Bengal to reach the peak of developments. They want Sonar Bangla. People have come here to bring real change in Bengal,” he said.

The 294-member West Bengal Assembly will go to the polls in eight phases between March 27 and April 29. The counting will take place on May 2.

“People of Bengal voted Mamata Banerjee to power as their elder sister. But why have you restricted yourself being an aunt of your nephew,” he said, pointing out that Mamata Didi is not just a daughter of Bengal but is a daughter of India.

Bollywood superstar and son of the soul from West Bengal Mithun Chakraborty on Sunday also joined the BJP’s mega show at Kolkata’s iconic Brigade Parade Ground. In the presence of Modi.

He also urged people to vote against the incumbent Trinamool Congress government in Bengal.

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