Indian National Congress blame Mamja Banerjee , Chief minister of West Bengal . They send following newsletter to all there email subscriber.
On May 20, 2011, when Ms Mamata Bannerji took over the as the Chief Minister of West Bengal, every Bengal resident believed that better days were ahead.
Three years later, not much has changed. The healthcare system is in shambles, finding jobs is difficult and political violence continues to be state sponsored with hardly a day passes when we don’t hear about a political murder in some part of the state.
It is election time and CM Mamata Banerjee is playing the blame game.
Because Trinamool has been unable to deliver on its promises.
West Bengal has a debt of over 2 lakh crore and an unemployment rate of 7.8%, putting it at the bottom of the economic league table of Indian states. But instead of taking responsibility, CM Banerjee’s strategy is to blame others in her state and at the Center.
This is odd because the Centre, under UPA, allocated Rs 75,101.38 crore under the Eleventh Plan and also provided a special package of Rs 25,910 crore in 2012-2013.
At the time, Trinamool declared they would not only be able to turn around the debt but also to create 10 lakh jobs.
Now that it’s election time, Trinamool is singing a different tune. The reality is that CM Banerjee has been unable to even spend the money provided by the Center, leaving Rs 19,251.16 crore untouched.
“It is election time and CM Mamata Banerjee is playing the blame game.