On Monday, September 12, 2022, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that certain political parties are solely working to “create a bad image” of West Bengal and are “ignorant” of the accomplishments of her Trinamool Congress (TMC) administration.
Additionally, she criticized a “part of the media,” claiming that they cater to them by disseminating “selective facts.”
The TMC supremo said that the critics “disregard the accomplishments achieved by her administration in skill development and MSME sector which employs over one crore people” while speaking at an event for the distribution of employment letters to beneficiaries of the “Utkarsha Bangla” scheme.
She said that during the Covid-19 epidemic in 2020–21, the employment rate plummeted by 45% elsewhere in the nation, but it increased by 40% in West Bengal.
“We forbid disturbances that harm the average person. Delhi’s ruling party merely wants to cause trouble. Some of these gatherings never showcase Bengal’s accomplishments. The same is done by a portion of the media. Such a mindset inhibits the transmission of essential information about how we may assist investors and business owners “In an apparent jab at the Bharatiya Janata Party, Mamata stated (BJP).
Banerjee also launched a rant against the previous Left Front administration, charging that its “disorderly politics throughout 34 years of its control” had destroyed Bengal’s economic environment without mentioning any specific parties.
She suggested that different homestays be established in tourist hotspots to make Bengal the top domestic tourism destination.
“In addition to the mechanics who work in the industry, people educated in TV repair in our training centers may be hired in if a TV set breaks down. Options for regular people are increased in this manner. That is what our Utkarsha Bangla program aims to accomplish “CM of West Bengal remarked.
She urged all firms to come and invest in Bengal, insisting that her administration was “industry-friendly.”
She said, “We believe in creating jobs.
“Because they don’t want Bengal to flourish, some individuals are attempting to sabotage the initiatives. We want development to safeguard farmers’ and landowners’ interests. Farmers’ interests have always been first, but we also want industry to expand “Mother added.