West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has reached Jhargram on the birth anniversary of Birsa Munda. During this he danced with the tribals. Along with this, the Chief Minister has announced to install the statue of Birsa Munda in 5 cities. Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee took a dig at the Center and said that the Center will have to pay the dues of the state or else he may have to leave his throne. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been asked many times to clear the dues of MNREGA but no action has been taken from his side. Money is being taken from the state in the name of GST, but when it comes to giving, the central government does not like this. If MNREGA money is not available, then you will have to agitate about it and take your rights.
Chief Minister met tribals in Belpahari village
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has visited the tribals' homes in Belpahari and met them. During this, the tribals told their problems to the Chief Minister. They say that there is no drinking water system in the village. On the other hand, the tribals say that they do not even have a house to live in. In such a situation, Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee has assured that all the problems will be resolved by 2024. She says that she always thinks about the interest of the tribals and work will be done for their development in future as well.
Before 2024 the problem of tribals will be solved
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has given instructions to start work on several new schemes for the development of Jhargram. At the same time, the problems of the people of the village will be solved as soon as possible. Officers have been instructed to prepare a table of problems and act on them soon.