Before the assembly elections in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given a big gift to the government employees. Mamta government has announced a three percent increase in DA (dearness allowance) of government employees from January.
Significantly, elections are to be held in Bengal next year and this time BJP has emerged as a challenge for TMC in Bengal. In such a situation, TMC is not leaving any chance to woo voters. Mamta is also speaking out loud against the agricultural laws of the Center. Mamta Banerjee called a big party meeting on Friday for this. In Bengal, the Trinamool Congress will protest against these laws.
Farmers are continuously agitating against agricultural laws in North India, which is now supported by Mamta too. Mamta Banerjee said that she is very concerned about farmers and agriculture, the central government should immediately withdraw these laws. Mamta warned that if this does not happen, then there will be a big movement in Bengal and other parts of the country.
‘Duare-Duare West Bongo Government’
To preserve power, Mamta Banerjee has started the campaign ‘Duare-Duare Paschim Bongo Sarkar‘ (Every Door Bengal Government) on Tuesday. Through this campaign lasting for two months, the Mamata government has a strategy to take its achievements and plans from the city to every village. In response to PM Modi’s Ayushman Bharat scheme, 11 schemes, including Mamta’s ‘Swasthya Sathi’ scheme, can be availed from the camps set up in this campaign.