Dilip Ghosh once again spoke about the law and order situation in the state. He made allegations of corruption against the government in dealing with COVID-19 pandemic, stating that the BJP is on its way to restore democracy in the state.
Kolkata: BJP state president Dilip Ghosh spoke about the law and order situation. He accused the state government of failing to deal with all major disasters, from COVID-19 to cyclone Amphan. Besides, he added, that everything in the state is being carried out in an irregular manner. Ordinary people are suffering for such reasons, he stated. The law and order situation in the state has deteriorated, he mentioned.
The BJP state president also complained that people do not have the right to democracy. Dilip Ghosh said this while addressing a group of journalists on a morning walk at Ecopark in Newtown on Saturday (August 22).
Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar has repeatedly criticised the state government over the law and order situation in the state. He also directed the government to take some steps in compliance with the constitution. However, Dilip Ghosh alleged that the state government was treating the Governor like the opposition party.
He stated that the financial growth of the state has stopped due to COVID-19 and ordinary people are suffering from the ultimate misery of not having a job.
The Central government has allocated several thousand crores of rupees for the state to deal with COVID-19. But Dilip Ghosh complained that the money was not being spent properly.
In addition, ordinary farmers were affected by cyclone Amphan. Many people have lost their houses in this severe cyclone. He complained that the state government has not taken any steps to help people.
Dilip Ghosh also strongly criticised the government's role in repatriating migrant workers. He claimed that the state government did not give any specific numbers of migrant workers returning to the state. The BJP is vocal in protesting all these multiple incidents. Dilip Ghosh also said that BJP is on the way to restore democracy in the state.
Last Updated 22, Aug 2020, 6:47 PM