Pointing at ‘Sydicate Raj’ in Bengal, Amit Shah asks Mamata Banerjee why central govt funds have been syphoned off
Source :NewsBharati   Date :13-Sep-2017

Kolkata, September 13: ‘Syndicate Raj’, the word is very familiar to residents of West Bengal since TMC won the position to rule Bengal. Whereas Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee promised to bring a good change in the state, it has only witnessed a steady decline in different aspects. BJP Chief Amit Shah by giving statistics of Centre’s fund to state questioned Mamata Banerjee why the funds have been siphoned off to syndicate.

Bengal’s revenue sharing was 1,03539 crores has been increased to 2,08900 crores under Narendra Modi rule. Hence Centre is sending a grant to state but no trace of development is in Bengal-no current, no increase in literacy, no availability of drinking water seems a series of negativity is prevailing in Bengal.

Mismanagement of fund is a long-term allegation against Bengal CM. Every year all the local clubs, local party offices are getting large in size, amenities but the roads, hospitals, schools are not getting developed. It has always been questioned from where the clubs, party offices are suddenly getting so much money. Promoters, syndicates are constantly creating a rule of the devil in several areas of Bengal.

Another major problem dominating the state is political violence. Amit Shah met all the party workers who are the victim of political violence. After meeting them, in a press conference he elaborated the political intolerance in the state. In Rabindranath, Swami Vivekananda’s land, this intolerance is unexpected, he said. But he warned TMC the violence cannot suppress BJP, it will only help BJP to expand.