The All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) led by Mamata Banerjee has announced the party will pass a resolution in the West Bengal Parliament against ‘excession of central investigative bodies’. TMC supremo accused the Center of implementing ‘excessive agency rules’ in the country.
According to the West Bengal chief, the ‘ruling party in Delhi’ has sparked clashes and ‘trouble’ in Bengal. She urged the country’s industrialists to invest in the state because it was a promised land, according to CM Banerjee.
Sovandeb Chatterjee, TMC’s first elected MLA and Khardah’s MLA, said, “Our session began on September 14. We decided to introduce a resolution during the session in accordance with Rule 169’s Rule 169. home procedures against excesses of central investigative authorities. We will discuss the matter in-house.”
“CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation), ED (Execution Department) and recently EC (Electoral Commission) have been used by BJP to annoy Opposition governments. West Bengal government will be the first. issued a resolution against the BJP’s effort,” said Chatterjee.
It may be noted that CM Banerjee’s ‘authority rule’ refers to searches and raids led by a central authority in the country. According to her and several other members of the Opposition, namely, Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, etc., the BJP has been intent on eliminating state governments and poaching legislators. According to them, the BJP carried out its plan of action by dirtying the Opposition and ‘abusing’ agencies like the CBI and ED to carry out raids.
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On Monday, CM Banerjee said that ‘agency rules’ were taking place across the country, during an event for the state government in which appointment letters arrived Utkarsh Bangla beneficiaries have been distributed.
“I urge all industrialists to please invest in West Bengal. Bengal is a destination not for today but for tomorrow. BJP doesn’t want jobs here. Only agency rules are working. There is no development happening. We are accompanying the merchants and extending our solidarity with them,” she said.
She said that West Bengal is industry friendly and if industrialists have a problem, they should solve it with her.
“If you have any grievances you can discuss it with us. A railing, coal and sail is on sale and my concern is how young people will get jobs.” she said.
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West Bengal minister said, “We generate income to the tune of Rs 40k crore in time Durga Puja. We earn from Durga Puja festival and this income belongs to the poor class. “
She added that some ‘television media’ were repeatedly broadcasting state government misconduct.
“When I was railway minister, they used to point out the rats but now where have the rats gone?” Mamata Banerjee said.
Education Minister Partha Chatterjee was arrested after the CBI found irregularities in the recruitment of Group C and D staff as well as teachers in government-funded and supported schools following the recommendations of the Commission. West Bengal School Services Department. He was dismissed from the TMC as well as the West Bengal Ministry following his arrest.
Several leaders have also been summoned by the CBI for alleged involvement in the violence following the poll that rocked West Bengal after the results of the council elections were announced on 2 May 2021. .
Meanwhile, the BJP is gearing up for a march in Nabann on Tuesday, against Mamata’s government policies. The three demonstrations will be directed at Nabanna, the state secretariat. Two demonstrations led by Subhendu Adhikari and Sukanta Majumdar from Howrah and one led by Dilip Ghosh from College Square will advance towards Nabanna, potentially affecting traffic in Kolkata and Howrah.
Hinting at the march, she said, “We don’t allow bandh here. But sadly, the ruling party in Delhi is creating trouble here.”
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