The BJP in West Bengal on Monday launched a web site via which individuals can lodge complaints concerning reduction distribution after cyclone Amphan, after protesters alleged large-scale irregularities on the native degree within the affected areas.
State BJP president Dilip Ghosh mentioned these disadvantaged of the help by the state authorities ought to register their criticism on amaderdilipda.in/cyclone-amphan, and he’ll ship the checklist to the Centre.
“On daily basis we’re witnessing protests throughout the state over corruption and nepotism within the distribution of help. So, I might request the victims to straight write to me on my web site or via another means. And I guarantee them, that I might ship the checklist to the Centre in order that they will get justice,” he mentioned.
He slammed the Trinamool Congress over the allegations of irregularities, alleging that the ruling get together within the state was patronising corrupt leaders.
“The TMC has began a brand new drama of expelling them from the get together. How does it matter, whether or not you expel them or not? Those that have looted public cash ought to be put behind bars,” Mr Ghosh mentioned.
The state has witnessed protests in a number of areas of cyclone battered North and South 24 Parganas districts, and East Midnapore up to now few weeks in opposition to native Trinamool Congress leaders over alleged irregularities within the distribution of reduction supplies and monetary help.
A number of local-level TMC leaders have additionally been expelled from the get together for his or her alleged involvement in corruption.