Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the Durga Puja celebrations in West Bengal on Thursday. During this period, the Prime Minister counted the development works being done by the Central Government in Bengal and also blew the bugle of the Bengal assembly elections on behalf of the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday participated in the program of Durga Puja in a virtual manner and blew the bugle of assembly elections in West Bengal. Today is the sixth day of Navratri, on this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a Durgapuja pandal in Bengal and also interacted directly with the people of Bengal. In Bengali, the PM greeted the people for worship and with this, told about the important role of Bengal in self-reliant India and the development schemes run by the centre.
Assembly elections are due in Bengal next year and the Bharatiya Janata Party is eyeing Bengal itself. In such a situation, PM Modi conducted an election rally on the pretext of Durga Puja, in the coming days after this program, Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda will also be visiting Bengal.
In his address, PM Modi said that the central government is moving forward with the resolve of self-reliant India, under which development is being done in Bengal. Shonar Bangla’s dream is to be fulfilled from self-sufficient India and the government is working for it. During this time, PM Modi told about the benefit provided by the Center to Bengal.
PM Modi said that 30 lakh houses have been built under PM Awas in Bengal, 90 lakh women were given gas connections under Ujjwala scheme, four crore bank accounts were opened in Bengal. The PM said that the metro project in Kolkata has been expedited.
In his address, PM Modi communicated in Bangla language many times, and in the end said that if he has made any mistake, then sorry. PM Modi said that the message of women power is carried forward by Durga Puja in Bengal, BJP is also moving forward with this mantra. Women empowerment is being taken forward by the central government.
BJP had made special preparations for this address by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and people were connected in different areas in a virtual manner. The Bhartiya Janata Party had prepared for the assembly elections in Bengal since the Lok Sabha elections held last year. Many big BJP leaders are continuously camping in Bengal and have targeted Mamata Banerjee’s government. Many times BJP and TMC have also come face to face in Bengal.