Making a robust pitch for a BJP authorities in West Bengal to usher in ‘Asol Poriborton’ (actual change), social gathering chief J P Nadda on Thursday sought to punch a gap within the TMC’s primary ballot plank of Bengali satisfaction and requested the individuals of the state whether or not they need to facet with growth or “cut money culture”. Nadda, whereas launching the ‘Lokkho Sonar Bangla’ (goal to construct golden Bengal) manifesto crowdsourcing marketing campaign to search ideas from greater than two crore individuals within the state forward of the meeting elections, alleged that Bengali icons and ladies have been uncared for and the “pride of Bengal has to be restored”.
He stated that the social gathering’s manifesto will stress the socio-economic empowerment of the Matua group, ladies and youth, and put an finish to the “cut money” and “syndicate” tradition within the state. “The Lokkho Sonar Bangla campaign will begin on March 3 and continue till March 30. We aim to reach out to more than two crore people spread across all the 294 constituencies.
“There can be 30,000 suggestion containers, and individuals also can give ideas digitally. We do not assume we now have all of the knowledge, so we wish to search ideas from the frequent individuals in our endeavour to construct Sonar Bangla,” Nadda said during the launch of the programme. Claiming that the campaign is aimed at bringing the state on the path of development, the BJP chief said the party seeks suggestions on how to boost industry, agriculture, health and religious tourism among other sectors.
“The marketing campaign goals to free the state from corruption, coal smuggling syndicate raj and reduce cash tradition. West Bengal has a number of potential, which has, nonetheless, been curtailed over time due to vested political pursuits. We need to carry again the wonderful days of the state,” he said. The BJP chief promised that the party will implement the Seventh Pay Commission in the state if voted to power.
“West Bengal is on the crossroads. It has to determine whether or not it desires growth or to facet with the tradition of corruption and reduce cash. For the state’s growth, we’d like a double-engine authorities (identical social gathering’s authorities each on the Centre and the state),” he said. Apart from the ongoing five-phase ‘Parivartan Yatra’, ‘Lokko Sonar Bangla’ is another mass contact programme launched by the BJP ahead of the assembly elections due in April-May.
Nadda said that the BJP aims to build a West Bengal where women can live without fear and students from the Matua community get education and jobs to lead a good life. “The icons of Bengal who’ve been the main lights of the nation and have guided India each earlier than and after Independence have been uncared for within the state. We will take Bengal to new heights by following the teachings and beliefs of Swami Vivekananda, Rabindranath Tagore amongst others,” he stated.
He said more than 1.4 crore toilets have been built in West Bengal under the Swacch Bharat Mission, and the figures speak about the condition of the women in the state. “The Swachh Bharat Mission was criticised by many individuals when it launched. But look how this scheme of building of bathrooms has empowered ladies within the rural areas.
“Our mothers and sisters had to wait till dusk to relieve themselves. But more than 11 crore toilets have been built across the country, including 1.4 crore in Bengal. This speaks about the condition of the women,” he stated. His feedback come simply days after the TMC unveiled its ballot slogan ‘Bangla Nijer Meyekei Chaye’ (Bengal desires its personal daughter), portraying Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as its mascot with a concentrate on ladies voters and Bengali sub- nationalism.
Bengali actor Payal Sarkar joined the saffron social gathering within the presence of Nadda. Meanwhile, the BJP management claimed that the police denied permission for its ‘Parivartan Yatra’ in Barrackpore in North 24 Parganas district, scheduled to be addressed by Nadda within the night.