Kolkata: The infighting between Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and the Bharatiya Janata Party has increased considerably before the assembly elections in West Bengal. BJP MP Soumitra Khan has claimed that 62 TMC MLAs are in touch with the BJP and the Mamata government is set to fall by 15 December.
On the other hand, the Mamta government is starting a big campaign to woo the voters from Tuesday. The campaign, which runs from December 1 to January 31, is named Door-to-Door Government of Bengal. Through this campaign, Mamata Banerjee wants to alleviate the problems of the common people so that she does not have any complaints against the government.
Mamta's door-to-door government campaign
The phase of political turmoil has intensified ahead of next year's assembly elections in West Bengal. The BJP has kept a persistent offensive on the Mamta government and Mamata is also playing political tricks to deal with the challenges of the BJP. 20,000 camps will be organized during the next 2 months under the Mamata Government's door-to-door Bengal Government campaign. These camps will be set up in Gram Panchayats and various wards under municipal corporations and municipalities in urban areas.
Problems will be solved immediately
Sources associated with the government say that during the camp, registration will also be done for 11 major projects launched by the state government. According to sources, government officials and employees have been instructed to immediately address the gaps or difficulties faced by the people in the camps.
Health partner scheme will be implemented in the state
State Chief Secretary Alapan Bandhopadhyay said that a publicity campaign will also be conducted in the entire state to give information about the camps. He said that the government plans to bring health insurance to all the citizens of the state. For this, the benefit of Swasthya Sathi Parivar Yojana will be given to every person and family of the state from December 1. He said that names of people will be registered for the Health Partner Scheme as well as other important schemes. Other problems of the people will also be redressed during the camp. Along with this, caste certificates will also be issued to people belonging to SC-ST and OBC communities in these camps.
The campaign will run in four stages
The Chief Secretary informed that this campaign will be run in four phases. The first phase will run from 1 December to 11 December, the second phase will be run from 15 December to 24 December, the third phase from 2 January to 12 January and the fourth phase from 18 January to 30 January. Apart from hearing the problems of the people in these camps, efforts will be made to resolve them immediately.
Task Force constituted in every district
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday held a meeting with DM, SP and other officials of all the districts through video conferencing and directed them to work at the grassroots level for the success of the camps. The Chief Minister has also constituted a task force under the leadership of DM in each district.
BJP MP claims to fall government
On the other hand, BJP is constantly under siege of Mamta government. The claim of BJP MP Soumitra Khan has stirred up politics in the state. The BJP MP has claimed that 62 TMC MLAs are in touch with the BJP and the Mamata government will fall by December 15. He also claimed that the governor can ask Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to prove her majority. In recent times, TMC has also got angry with Mamta. Shubhendu Adhikari, who was a minister in the Mamta government, recently resigned and there is now speculation that he may join the BJP soon.
Legal notice sent to Mamta's nephew
Meanwhile, BJP's West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh has sent a legal notice to him after Trinamool MP Abhishek Banerjee used abusive language for him. He said that courtesy should also be observed for the leader of the opposition party, but there is a complete lack of courtesy in Banerjee's conduct. They have used derogatory words against me. Abhishek Banerjee is the nephew of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and is considered the number two leader in the Trinamool Congress after Mamata.