In wake of the debacle of the Lok Sabha elections, the country's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamta Banerjee addressed different public meetings in North Bengal.
Addressing the public meeting in Dinhata on Wednesday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee responded to Prime Minister Modi's statements.
This afternoon, in the public meeting held in Siliguri's Kavakhali, Prime Minister Modi spoke against Mamta Banerjee. At the same time, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee responded to the Prime Minister's statements in the public meeting held in Dinhata in the evening.
The Chief Minister said that the BJP government is talking big things. They are defaming the state.
Taking a dig at Modi, the Chief Minister said that before handling Bengal, they should be handling Delhi. She said that there was no chit fund in the rule of Trinamool Congress in Bengal.
Mamata Banerjee, while challenging Narendra Modi, said that if he has the patience then he can sit on a face-to-face verbal battle on TV.
The Chief Minister also said that the BJP government has not made any development in the tea gardens, and is only talking about opening the shut down tea gardens.
Apart from this, people are being fooled in the name of 'Notebandi'. The Chief Minister said that in lieu of Ayushman scheme, our state has a healthcare scheme for the poor.
Today, from the public meeting forum, the Chief Minister requested the people from Cooch Behar to vote for the Lok Sabha candidate Paresh Adhikari. Candidate and actress Nusrat Jahan was also present in the public meeting.