Mamata Banerjee, Trinamool Ministers Violated Lockdown Rules: Bengal BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh

Mamata Banerjee disregarded the restrictions, Dilip Ghosh mentioned

Kolkata:

Pinning blame on the ruling dispensation for the rise in COVID-19 instances in West Bengal, the state BJP on Thursday alleged that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee together with different Trinamool Congress (TMC) ministers has violated the lockdown norms, thereby encouraging others to observe swimsuit.

State BJP Chief Dilip Ghosh mentioned Ms Banerjee and her ministers had been violating the foundations over the previous three months, which, in a means, contributed to the spike in instances.

“The place precisely was the lockdown carried out in Bengal up to now three months? Did the chief minister and her ministers honour the lockdown norms?” Mr Ghosh advised reporters.

Though the federal government had earmarked containment zones, the chief minister disregarded the restrictions, and folks, too, took the freedom and violated the norms, he claimed.

“Now, the day by day an infection charge has surpassed the 1,000-mark; quickly it shall cross the three,000-mark,” the state BJP president mentioned.

Mr Ghosh additionally mentioned he has his requested his social gathering staff to cease all programmes in view of the pandemic.

The West Bengal authorities on Thursday imposed a contemporary spell of lockdown for seven days in all containment zones to curb the unfold of the lethal virus.

Ms Banerjee had on Wednesday mentioned the lockdown will probably be in place for every week, following which the scenario will probably be reviewed.

She had additionally directed the police to firmly take care of these violating the foundations.

Iterating that compensation within the aftermath of Cyclone Amphan was not evenly disbursed, the BJP MP mentioned he has written to the chief minisyer for the third time on Thursday, elevating a number of problems with concern, together with migrant disaster and irregular reduction distribution to these hit by the calamity.

Many who had been truly affected because of the cyclone didn’t obtain any compensation, he mentioned, including {that a} probe must be initiated within the matter.

Slamming the TMC authorities over its preparations to take care of the COVID-19 scenario, Mr Ghosh mentioned that the ruling dispensations declare that it had surplus beds obtainable for the coronavirus sufferers is nothing however a sham.

He additionally rubbished the state’s assertion that the centre didn’t present any support for the Amphan-affected, saying {that a} sum of round Rs 2,500 crore was given to West Bengal for rescue and rehabilitation work.

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