Mamata Banerjee meets PM Modi, asks for funds for MNREGA

New Delhi [India]-  West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Friday, has actually requested funds for different main well-being systems being executed in her state.

In a letter to PM Modi, Banerjee claimed, “I request for immediate launch of funds as a result of state for execution of schemes including MGNREGA, PM Awas Yojna and PM Gramin Sadak Yojna. Fees from the main government on these systems amount to regarding Rs 17,996 crore.”
” Substantial quantity on account of numerous growths and well-being plans, approximated to be around Rs 1,00,968.44 crore is likewise due. With such a huge amount continuing to be outstanding, the state is encountering severe problem to run events as well as deal with people of the state,” she added.

Chief Minister Banerjee, who is on a four-day visit to the national capital, met Head of state Modi at his home on Friday. During the meeting, various problems were discussed including GST charges of the state. Banerjee, who got here in Delhi on Thursday likewise met President Droupadi Murmu today.

The West Bengal CM is likewise most likely to go to a Niti Aayog governing council conference on August 7 that will be chaired by the Head of state. She did not attend the meeting last year.

Banerjee, that is the Trinamool Congress supremo, on Thursday met her celebration’s MPs as well as went over the celebration’s approach throughout the continuous gale session of Parliament and also the roadway to the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

” Our Chairperson Mamata Banerjee held a conference with all MPs in Delhi. The current Parliament session, the roadway to 2024 and various issues were discussed, with several tasks and efforts detailed for the coming days. We are constantly devoted to serving the people,” All India Trinamool Congress said in a tweet.

Mamata Banerjee’s conferences assume importance ahead of the vice-presidential political election on August 6. The National Democratic Partnership (NDA) has actually introduced Jagdeep Dhankhar as its vice-presidential candidate while Margaret Alva is the prospect of the resistance events.

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