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Trinamool’s Derek O’Brien “Factchecks” PM Modi After “Poriborton” Speech – NewsEverything AllIndia


Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien steadily fact-checks assaults on Bengal’s ruling Trinamool (File)

Kolkata: Trinamool MP Derek O’Brien on Monday evening “fact-checked” Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech in Bengal’s Hooghly, rebutting statements accusing Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and her authorities of corruption, stopping growth by stalling central welfare schemes and never permitting folks to worship Goddess Durga.

Hours earlier the Prime Minister, making his second go to to Bengal this month, forward of Meeting elections due in a couple of weeks, inaugurated a number of railway tasks – together with extending Kolkata Metro’s North-South line – and mentioned the folks had determined to vote for “poriborton (change)”.

To claims Bengal had not been allowed to develop, Mr O’Brien identified the typical per individual earnings had “greater than doubled – from Rs 51,543 in 2010 to Rs 1.09 lakh in 2019”.

Mr O’Brien additionally hit again at solutions that due to the shortage of industries Bengal may not supply its folks employment. The Rajya Sabha MP identified “practically 89 lakh small companies function in Bengal as we speak in comparison with 34.6 lakh in 2012, using 1.35 crore folks”.

PM Modi additionally accused the Trinamool of not permitting Bengal farmers to learn from the centre’s PM-Kisan scheme, and blocking Ayushman Bharat – the centre’s flagship medical insurance coverage scheme.

To each factors Mr O’Brien mentioned the state had already put in place schemes for farmers – who he mentioned had seen incomes triple in 10 years – and medical insurance coverage .

“Bengal gives its farmers with annual monetary help of Rs 6,000 per acre. PM-Kisan gives most monetary help of Rs 1,214 per acre,” he wrote on the primary level.

Mr O’Brien additionally identified, as Ms Banerjee did final week, that the state had despatched an inventory of two.5 lakh farmers for inclusion within the centre’s scheme however “no quantity has been disbursed up to now”.

He mentioned Swasthya Sathi had been rolled out two years earlier than Ayushman Bharat, coated 100 per cent of the Bengal inhabitants and the prices have been borne totally by the state authorities.

The Prime Minister had additionally mentioned the Trinamool failed to offer consuming water to the folks of Bengal; he mentioned the centre had sanctioned Rs 1,700 crore however solely Rs 609 crore had been spent.


Mr O’Brien mentioned a scheme arrange by Ms Banerjee was being carried out and would offer “piped water to 2 crore households at a price of Rs 58,000 crore… borne solely by the state”.

He additionally countered claims the jute and potato industries within the state had been affected.

The very fact-check additionally included an inventory of the state’s help to puja committees, after the Prime Minister mentioned folks in Bengal had been stopped from worshipping Goddess Durga.

Earlier Mr O’Brien additionally hit out on the Prime Minister over the asserting of recent rail routes.

“Right now, the PM claimed to have began new rail routes in Bengal. Jhoot (Lie! Mamata Banerjee as Rail Minister allotted the funds, on 25 February 2011! See for your self…” he tweeted, attaching a screenshot of what seemed to be a PIB launch dated February 25, 2011.

PM Modi’s Bengal go to as we speak was a part of a multi-state blitzkrieg organised by the BJP forward of Meeting elections in Bengal, Assam, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry.

Bengal has emerged as a high-profile goal for the BJP, which has by no means beforehand dominated the state.

The run-up to elections has been marked by vitriolic mud-slinging fueled, partially, by the resignation of numerous Trinamool MPs, MLAs and ministers, a number of of whom have joined the BJP.

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