PM Narendra Modi says Mamata Banerjee ‘doing politics with the dead’, she alleges phone tap
Saturday, 17 April 2021 () At Katwa in East Burdwan, Mamata said the CID had been asked to track down the person/s responsible for intercepting her phone conversations, adding that even PM was within the ambit of the inquiry. Modi’s remarks at the Asansol rally were a direct “admission” of some CMs being under telephone surveillance, Mamata said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 17 slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on killing that took place in Cooch Behar. He said that doing politics on corpses is an old habit of CM Banerjee. PM Modi said, "Didi, how far will you go for vote bank? The truth is that Didi thought of her...
During her speech at West Bengal Assembly on May 08, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee demanded universal vaccine program across the country. She said, "Rs 30,000 crores is nothing for the central government...There should be a universal vaccine program for all throughout the country." It was her first speech after taking oath as West Bengal CM for the 3rd consecutive time. She also questioned Centre's move to send 4-member MHA team amid post-poll violence reports. She said, "Why is there so much discrimination with Bengal? They sent the central team within 24 hours of oath-taking. Actually, they (BJP) are not ready to accept the public mandate. I never support violence. They are spreading fake news and fake videos."
A 4-member Union Home Ministry team visited Raj Bhavan in Kolkata on May 07. MHA deputed the team to assess ground situation amid post-poll violence in Bengal. The violence has been reported in several parts of West Bengal after Assembly results. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led TMC won the recent-concluded West Bengal polls by majority.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has spoken to two Lieutenant Governors and ten Chief Ministers over the last three days. The conversations in the phone calls mostly revolved around the respective state's Covid situation.
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A voter at a booth near Nandigram village, Katwa in Purba Bardhaman district was given first aid by the ITBP medic team after she suddenly fell sick during the sixth phase of polling in West Bengal. The elections are being held in 43 constituencies across 4 districts in the state today. Eight-phased Bengal polls will conclude on April 29.
The vaccination drive against the COVID-19 virus is underway across country. Ruckus erupted at one of the vaccination centres in West Bengal's Asansol on April 28. People were anguished due to delay in inoculation of vaccines. Paschim Bardhaman District Magistrate Anurag Srivastava said, "There is issue in the supply of vaccines and we have updated the state government regarding the same. We are giving priority to people who have to get inoculated for the second dose."
Ahead of the seventh phase of West Bengal elections for 36 Assembly constituencies, Election Commission officials conducted a mock poll at a polling booth in Asansol on April 26. The polling will commence at 7am today. The voting for the eighth and final phase will be held on April 29. The counting of votes will take place on May 2.
While addressing a public rally in Asansol on April 17, Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee by saying that she had always stood like a wall in front of development and betrayed the people in the name of development. PM Modi said, "In last 10 yrs, Didi betrayed you in the name of development. She stood like a wall in front of development. Centre offered facility of free healthcare up to Rs 5 Lakh, she became a wall. Centre formed laws to help refugees, she opposed this too." "Centre formed law to free Muslim women from triple talaq, she became angry. Centre formed law to free farmers from middlemen, she opposed this...Bengal wants double engine government and not the one that blocks development," he added.
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