‘Don’t behave like Kejriwal’: BJP tells Mamata Banerjee
New Delhi/ KOLKATA: Advising West Bengal CM Mamata Benarjee to stop behaving like her Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal, who usually blames the central government for non-cooperation, the BJP said that she should rather focus on good governance.
Mamata Benarjee earlier had given 3 months time to the central government to waive off the huge debts which her government inherited from the previous Left Front regime and also threatened to launch a movement on the streets of New Delhi if “interference” in the federal structure is not stopped.
“Our advice to Mamata Banerjee is to stop behaving like Arvind Kejiriwal and get down to good governance s,” BJP national secretary Sidharth Nath Singh said.
Earlier, in a party meeting Mamata had attacked the Centre and taken a jibe at the Prime Minister as well for donning a monogrammed suit during his meeting with US President Barack Obama last year.
“Mamata Banerjee’s outburst at Modiji reflects her frustration as she cannot blame previous state government for her failures in her second term,” Singh said.
He also said that the good governance has never been Mamata’s asset. Therefore, from day one of her second term, she has been playing the victim card blaming the Centre for insufficient funds and non-cooperation.
Singh claimed that Modiji’s government is known for strengthening the federal structure and it is also important to note that under the 14th Finance Commission, the centre has allocated Rs 2.5 lakh crore more than what West Bengal has got under the 13th Finance Commission.