Bengal BJP targets CM Mamata Banerjee with new anti-corruption campaign


The Bharatiya Janata Social gathering’s Bengal unit on Wednesday launched a brand new marketing campaign in opposition to corruption to mount stress on the ruling Trinamool Congress earlier than the upcoming 2021 meeting elections.

The marketing campaign has been named ‘Bengal in opposition to corruption’. Although it doesn’t particularly title Mamata Banerjee it’s apparent that she is the goal as a result of the marketing campaign’s posters and video concentrate on the phrases “Satatar Pratik” (image of honesty), which TMC had earlier utilized in election cutouts and billboards carrying Banerjee’s picture.

BJP state president Dilip Ghosh launched the general public helpline (7044070440) which is registered as ‘Durnitir biruddhe Dilip Da’ (Dilip Da in opposition to corruption) and an e-mail id ([email protected]).

“Anyone can name this quantity between 10 am and 5 pm on weekdays and tell us about any kind of corruption in any a part of West Bengal. We’ll look into it,” stated Ghosh.

BJP additionally launched the marketing campaign’s video on YouTube which has been compiled with media experiences exposing corruption akin to irregularities in distribution of aid after Cyclone Amphan, corruption in mid-day meal in colleges and chit fund scams by which a number of TMC leaders have been accused. Ghosh’s voice performs within the background of the video.

TMC leaders didn’t react to the BJP marketing campaign, however the social gathering uploaded on a social media platform, a letter from the Japan-based United Nations World Peace Affiliation (UNWPA) addressed to TMC minister Nirmal Maji. The letter says that UNWPA acquired to know from its consultant that the state authorities has accomplished a commendable job through the Covid-19 pandemic.


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