TMC upset with the Governor of Bengal, said- contest the election on BJP ticket

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TMC slams WB guv for hailing PM’s economic package, asks him to fight polls on BJP ticket
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Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar praised the Centre’s economic package, ruling in the state Trinamool Congress Has passed exasperated The party told Dhankhar on Friday that they should contest in the next state assembly elections on a BJP ticket.

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In fact, the Governor praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his “efforts to address the problems of farmers” across the country. Mamata Banerjee Was requested to join the PM-Kisan scheme of the Center. He tweeted, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commendable efforts to overcome the problems of farmers, migrants and street vendors. PM-Kisan beneficiary farmers will get a concessional loan of two lakh crore rupees from the Kisan Credit Card. Apart from this, 10 thousand rupees will be given to the street vendors for starting their work.

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Dhankar, who accused the state government of having a strained relationship with the Raj Bhavan, termed the economic package announced by the central government as visionary and metamorphic. Reacting to Dhankhar’s statement, senior Trinamool Congress leader and MP Kalyan Banerjee said his tweet shows that the governor is acting as an agent of the BJP and that he will be fielded in the assembly elections on a BJP ticket next year Should get off.

He tweeted, “Your tweet, respected governor of West Bengal, shows that you have become a fully central government employee and are working as an agent of BJP.” There is nothing in the economic package announced yesterday and the people of Bengal have been cheated in it.

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