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TMC not allowing Centre's benefit to farmers and poor: Shivraj Singh

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TMC not allowing Centre's benefit to farmers and poor: Shivraj Singh

TMC not allowing Centre's benefit to farmers and poor: Shivraj Singh

Bharatiya Janata Party leader and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on February 28 accused Mamata Banerjee led TMC government for not allowing Centre's policies to benefit farmers and poor.

"There is wave of change in West Bengal.

TMC didn't let farmers and poor benefit from the Centre's policies.

There is violence and corruption in the State.

First, it was the communist and Congress, who ruined Bengal and now TMC.

Indeed, '2 May Didi-Gayi, BJP Aayi'," said Shivraj Chouhan.


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