Mamata Considers Me Enemy No.1,Modi’s Message on Sandeshkhali Incident

Interaction at Haldia:

Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in West Bengal on March 1 and held a meeting in Haldia on Friday afternoon. Addressing the gathering at Hugli’s Arambagh, he referred to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the “enemy number one” and expressed the need to protect those who are accused in political violence, suggesting that they deserve a fair trial.

Inauguration and Foundation Laying:

During his visit to Arambagh, PM Modi inaugurated projects worth ₹7,200 crores and laid the foundation stones for various initiatives, including railway developments, ports, oil pipelines, and LPG supply. He emphasized that the government’s intention is not to allow the plundering of public resources and condemned corruption.

Accusations against TMC Leaders:

PM Modi accused Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Sheikh Shahjahan and his associates in North 24 Parganas district of indulging in land-grabbing activities. He highlighted the alleged misuse of power by Shahjahan, which led to ongoing protests. The police arrested Sheikh Shahjahan after a 55-day long protest against him, culminating in his arrest on February 29.

Modi’s Key Messages:

In his speech, PM Modi addressed several key issues:

  • He questioned the TMC’s commitment to protecting the hard-earned money of the people.
  • Modi praised BJP leaders who fought for the honor of mothers and sisters during the recent clashes.
  • He emphasized that the government’s priorities include the welfare of the poor, farmers, women, and youth.
  • Modi highlighted the potential for development alongside environmental conservation in West Bengal, pointing to the example of the Haldia-Barauni crude oil pipeline, over 500 kilometers long.

Upcoming Events:

  • On March 6, PM Modi is scheduled to meet with sandeshkhalis (victims of political violence) in North 24 Parganas district.
  • BJP’s State President Sukanto Majumdar mentioned that during this visit, Modi will address a women’s rally and discuss the issue of women’s national status, engaging with the affected women and seeking their feedback.

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