Narendra Modi says TMC looted Rs 3000 Cr from the Poor

March 28, 2024 19:47
Narendra Modi says TMC looted Rs 3000 Cr from the Poor

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Narendra Modi says TMC looted Rs 3000 Cr from the Poor:- Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his commitment to returning nearly Rs.3,000 crores, which he referred to as "looted" funds, to the poor people of West Bengal. He criticized the Opposition, accusing them of prioritizing power over the country's welfare. During a phone call with "Rajmata" Amrita Roy, a member of the former royal family and the BJP candidate in Krishnanagar Lok Sabha constituency against TMC's Mahua Moitra, Mr. Modi discussed his plans to explore legal options. These options aim to ensure that both the money stolen from the poor and the funds seized by the Enforcement Directorate from corrupt individuals are returned to their rightful owners. The BJP shared details of the conversation, revealing that the Prime Minister estimated the amount of bribes paid by individuals for job opportunities in the state to be around Rs.3,000 crores.

In his remarks, Mr Modi also criticized the Congress party for backing Delhi's chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, after his arrest in a corruption case. He expressed his belief that those who previously complained about the AAP have now shifted their tactics to support the ruling party in the capital. Without mentioning any names, the Prime Minister suggested that their focus is on power rather than the country. He emphasized that the BJP-led alliance is committed to creating a corruption-free nation for the benefit of the younger generation, while all the corrupt individuals have united to protect each other. Responding to criticism directed at the former royal family for their alleged collaboration with the British, Mr Modi highlighted the lineage of Ms Roy, who is running as the BJP candidate in the Krishnanagar Lok Sabha constituency. Ms Roy defended her family, stating that they have been wrongly labeled as traitors and highlighting the contributions of Krishnachandra Roy to the welfare of the people and the preservation of "Sanatan Dharma."

They make various false accusations to conceal their wrongdoing. He observed that while they are searching for proof of Lord Ram's existence, they are also using incidents from the past two and three centuries to tarnish others' reputations. He called this hypocrisy, commended the king's efforts towards societal improvement, and encouraged the queen to continue his work.

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