The Trinamool Congress is launching a new initiative called “Cholo Grame Jayi” (let’s go to the villages) from November 1 to January 12 in anticipation of the forthcoming panchayat election, focusing on getting women to vote.
Under it, the women’s wing of the ruling party will travel to the villages to find out whether the village’s regular residents are benefiting from the programmes that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee began.State Minister Chandrima Bhattacharya stated in a media interview that they would be educating the public more about the programmes the Trinamool Congress government had started.
The Chief Minister’s developmental initiatives ought to be known to the public. Chandrima stated, “We would go to the villages to brief them about the work done and also to ask whether everyone is benefiting from the various programmes initiated by Mamata Banerjee.Chandrima further stated that they will also include in their agenda a discussion of the alleged atrocities committed by the BJP-led central government.
TMC sources claim that meetings with top members of the TMC women’s wing will be held in each district and booth. Each meeting will be followed by the submission of a report listing all the booths.Suvendu Adhikari, the leader of the opposition, mocked the government by claiming that the TMC only had one programme, “Cholo maal kamayi” (let’s make more money).”I’ve prayed to the Lord for Bengal to be free of corruption. Let’s wait and see “Adhikari added.