Central health minister hopes overwhelming support for BJP from state

Report by: 
7 Oct 2018

Claiming that the Trinamool Congress run state government has lost the trust of the common people Central minister for health and family welfare Jagat Prakash Nadda said that West Bengal would significantly contribute to the formation of Narendra Modi led second Central government.
Nadda held a crucial meeting with district officials of BJP today and directed them to go all out to highlight the achievements of Narendra Modi government in Centre and failures of the state government.
“Complete anarchy has gripped West Bengal. Rule of law has disappeared. Police have been used as political instruments. Major issues faced by common people are being ignored by the state government. Hence, the citizens of West Bengal are disgusted with Trinamool Congress government here. They are ready to bring about a change,” Nadda said.
“People disillusioned with Mamata Banerjee’s government are joining BJP in surging numbers every day. The end of Trinamool has begun. I was taken aback seeing the participation of mass in a public meeting organized by BJP in Islampur on Saturday. Our workers are organizing the party commendably here,” he added.
The Central health minister also claimed that Narendra Modi, as an iconic leader would be forming the government in the centre for the second time. “This is the demand of the people. Interestingly, Bengal would set an unprecedented example by electing a large number of BJP MPs to ensure the second term of Narendra Modi,” he said.
A delegation of guardians of the St Xavier’s School of Malda met the central minister seeking his favour for getting their wards registered with ICSE council. Notably, 93 students studying in class IX of the school did not get registered despite the last date declared by the council was over.
It has been learnt from sources that school authorities stoic role towards the fate of the students was discussed too. The Central minister assured the anxious guardians to look into the matter. District BJP leaders were also asked to submit a report about the state of the first English medium school of the district that has been undergoing doldrums for last one year endangering the interest of innocent students.