West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee leaves for five-day visit to Delhi; will meet PM Modi, opposition leaders
Manjil Das, INN/Chennai
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Banerjee is on a five-day visit to the national capital, where she is scheduled to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other strong opposition figures.
CM Banerjee, speaking to the media, said, “During the session of Parliament, I will travel to Delhi to meet with some of the country’s leaders. The President and Prime Minister can be reached by appointment. “
After bringing her party to power in West Bengal for the third time in a row, the Trinamool Congress head is now visiting Delhi for the first time.
Banerjee is receiving criticism over the false Covid-19 vaccination scam, post-poll violence and other concerns, according to the BJP’s West Bengal branch. Dilip Ghosh, state head of the BJP, said her efforts to unify opposition parties would not succeed.
A special state cabinet meeting was attended by the chief minister before he went to the national capital, Washington, D. C. While at the N.S.C. Bose International Airport in Kolkata, she did not speak with reporters.
It is possible that Banerjee may also attend a monsoon session of parliament during her visit from 26-30 July. With the epidemic still ongoing, the Opposition has several points to raise with the BJP-led administration.
The Centre and Opposition parties are also locked in a deadlock over a few critical topics, including the alleged Pegasus spying incident and the abolition of agricultural laws.
This is due to concerns like the questionable vaccine controversy, fraudulent IAS-IPS personnel, and post-poll violence, according to the BJP state president.
“She doesn’t know how to pay the bills because the state government has declared bankruptcy. She wants to take a few days off from all these demands. She also wants to meet with the Prime Minister to ask for financial assistance, according to her “Ghosh informed reporters that he is a writer and a poet.
Banerjee’s efforts to create a united front of opposition parties, he said, will fail.
‘In 2019, she invited numerous opposition leaders to Kolkata,’ Ghosh added.