TMC unfazed by CPI(M) whispering campaign
The CPI(M) is carrying out a whispering campaign against the development projects carried out by Trinamool Congress in the past four and a half years in the most heinous way.
The Backward Classes Welfare Department along with Ramakrishna Mission had set up a residential Ekalavya Model School for scheduled caste students. The students are given best education and the laboratories have been built by Narendrapur Rakamrishna Mision. Mamata Banerjee had requested Swami Suhitananda, general secretary of Ramakrishna Order to take over the school as Mission has experience and expertise to impart education to the tribals. CPI(M) is conducting whispering campaign saying that finally the school will be for the students from other communities and no tribal welfare will be done by RKM.
One may recall how the Communists had prevented people from going to Andaman and settle there after they came to India as refugees by saying that Congress government had decided to socially outcast them by asking them to cross the sea. Interestingly, the party still carries the same tactics of misleading people.
Several super specialty hospitals have come up in the Jangalmahal. The hospital buildings along with the administrative blocks, quarters for the nurses and the doctors are ready. The recruitment of doctors will start after the election. The CPI(M) criticised the project saying “Though the hospitals have come up the doctors will not come and the project will finally fail.” Shibendra Malladev, veteran Trinamool Congress leader said such campaigns would not have any impact on the polls as the people had seen what development had taken place in the area. “Costly equipment have been purchased and the hospital will change the healthcare infrastructure in the area,” he said. About Khadyasathi where Rs 2 kg rice is given, CPI(M) workers said that they had started the scheme. “It is only a half truth as during time it was restricted among those belonging to the BPL category.”
Sabuj Sathi project that gives cycles to the students of state run, aided and sponsored schools has also been pulled up by the Opposition. The leaders said that the cycle would not last long without knowing that the cycles are manufactured by three big companies, namely, Hero. Avon and Hercules and each cycle costs Rs 3900.
Bonbehari Roy, Trinamool’s veteran leader said “All these false campaigns will be given befitting reply by people on April 4.