PICS: PM Modi’s rally in Hooghly

Prime Minster Narendra Modi said on Monday that the people of the state have made up their mind for a real ‘poriborton’ (change).
Snap from Narendra Modi’s public meeting at Bandal Dunlop Maidan Ahead West Bengal Legislative Assembly polls in Hooghly district, West Bengal.
Modi’s third visit to poll-bound Bengal in the last one month, during which he criticized the role of the state government over agricultural, health, governance and many other crucial issues.
Taking a dig at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Modi said that lakhs of poor people in Bengal have been deprived of the facility to avail free healthcare worth Rs 5 lakh under the Ayushman Bharat scheme.
Modi said the jubilant response of the crowd has sent out positive signals to Delhi for a regime change in Bengal.
“Bengal has made up its mind for poriborton and the BJP will bring ‘aashol poriborton’ (real change) in the state,” Modi told a large gathering at the Dunlop Estate Village in Kolkata’s neighbouring Hooghly district.

Picture Credits- Pallav Paliwal/Asianlite

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