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CM lends ear to grievances of people at Baikanthapur village

CM lends ear to grievances of people at Baikanthapur village

Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee visited a tribal village in East Burdwan on Monday, talked to the people and listened to their grievances.

She assured the villagers that steps would be taken to repair the rural roads and some of the damaged huts. The villagers requested her to provide them some duck and chicken so that they can start poultry business.

Banerjee, along with state Urban Development and Municipal Affairs minister Firhad Hakim and state minister for Animal Resources Development Swapan Debnath, visited Baikanthapur village on Monday afternoon. The district magistrate also accompanied her.

The Chief Minister sat in the courtyard of a hut and listened to the grievances of the people. She inquired whether they had received the caste certificates, along with the various schemes of the state government. The village is dominated by SC and ST people.

It may be mentioned that in the administrative review meeting held on Monday, Banerjee has instructed the East Burdwan district administration to ensure that no SC and ST applicant seeking caste certificate gets harassed.

Banerjee also visited the Vivekananda Balika Vidyalaya at Ichlabad and talked to the students. She inspected the infrastructure of the school as well. The students were very happy to have the Chief Minister's company and began to click photos of her. They were amazed to see the simplicity of the Chief Minister.

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