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PM Modi calls for a long-term visionary govt for restoration of "Sonar Bangla", says Nandigram showed path for change of guard
Ulluberia/Jaynagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that Nandigram has shown the path for Bengal's imminent change of a government and claimed that the BJP would emerge victorious with over 200 seats in 2021 assembly elections.

Addressing electioneering for party candidates at Jaynagar in South 24 Parganas and Ulluberia in Howrah, the PM said the BJP would sweep the West Bengal elections with over 200 seats as Nandigram has already shown the path of change.

"it is now clear why Didi is camping at Nandigram for so many days and not going anywhere and she has now feeling of losing the elections," said Mr Modi and added that she has to answer all her deed to the people of the state.

Nandygram is an assembly segment where chief minster and TMC chairperson Mamata Banerjee is contesting election and is pitted against BJP nominee Suvendu Adhikari.

"it is now clear why Didi is camping to Nandigram for so many days and she is now fearing her imminent " I can see the wind of change everywhere and I assure you to fulfil all promises and central assistance schemes to be extended after May 2, the day of declaration of result for 294 seats", Mr Modi said.

The state has witnessed 1st phase polling to 30 seats on March 27 and for equal number of seats for second phase today in the districts of Bankura, West and East Midnapore and parts of South 24 Parganas.

He said the state needed a long visionary planning for 25 years to restore its golden era of " Sonar Bangla".

The PM said the 'Syndicate Government' of the TMC only interrupted development and destroyed the industry.

"Mamata Didi ran the government for 10 years without any plan. But in 21st century Bengal, that government will not work. Bengal needs a visionary government who will plan and work for the betterment of Bengal." Mr Modi said.

"In the peaceful and record turnout in Bengal in the first phase, people have given huge support to BJP. The strong start that BJP has made in the first phase, it is clear from this that the voice of the people has also been blessed by God. In Bengal, the BJP's victory figure will also cross 200," Mr Modi said.

Slamming Chief minister Mamata Banerjee for calling all national opposition leaders to unite against the BJP, Mr Modi questioned the TMC supremo stand on the "outsiders" and said being a chief minister, "Didi can not stop coming people from other states."

"Afraid of losing elections, Mamata Didi has appealed to leaders of other parties for help and support," claimed the PM. He also hit back to the TMC supremo for calling his Bangladesh trip unethical.

"Is it a crime to visit a neighboring country and pay obeisance to mandirs," asked the PM

Ms Banerjee had stated that PM visit to Bangladesh was unethical and violative of model code.

He said the TMC leader has to answer many questions including money sent from the centre for Amphan, Covid and where they have gone.

"She will have to answer for the deaths of brothers, sisters and sons of Bengal," as the PM slammed the TMC government for unleashing terror on the oppositions to hold power for alleged corrupt practices.

He said the TMC government was standing like a wall for the poor farmers in Bengal as many central schemes including PM Kishan Yojona, Aysuman Bharat and other poverty alleviation projects were not extended.

Mr Modi assured that after May 2 all the projects would be extended and Rs 18,000 from three years arrears to be paid to the farmers directly to their name in the respective banks.

He said cut money, syndicate and tola bazi made the state to such a state and any investor fears to trade in Bengal. Trinamool is not cool, it is a 'shool'. It gave unbearable pain to Bengal," alleged the prime minister.

At the outset PM Modi said, 'I want to pay tribute to Shova Majumdar ji, daughter of Bengal. Shova ji was the face of those countless mothers of Bengal, the countless sisters who were tortured by the people of Trinamool. That face of Shova ji does not come out of my eyes,"

Eight-four year widow succumbed to her wounds this week after being beaten by the TMC supporters on February 26 at her Nimta residence to save her BJP son.

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