Union minister accuses Mamta government, I call ministers 10-10 times, they do not pick up the phone

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New Delhi . During the Question Hour in the Lok Sabha in the Monsoon Session of Parliament, PM Modi’s women minister shared her pain regarding the ministers of West Bengal. In the Lok Sabha, Union Minister Pratima Bhowmik has made very serious allegations against the West Bengal government on the question related to PM Daksha Yojana. Bhowmik said that the ministers of Bengal have 10-10 calls, then they do not pick up the phone. Even the assistants are afraid to give the minister’s phone. Bhowmik said, I am also a Bengali, I challenge, I have called many times. Trinamool Congress members started a ruckus on Bhowmik’s talk.
BJP MP SS Ahluwalia had asked a question to the Union Minister about the implementation of PM Daksha scheme in his parliamentary constituency, whether he would bother to call the District Magistrate in his meeting there, why this scheme is zero in your district. In this regard, Minister Bhowmik expressed his pain. Referring to his district Murshidabad, Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan said that here the population is more than 80 lakhs, there is not even a single name from here. The Congress leader said that as Ahluwalia ji was speaking. Chowdhary pointed towards the minister and said that madam we are also upset with what you are saying. Not picking up the phone, not talking has become a habit.
The Congress leader asked the Union Minister what work is being done on your behalf in this direction. On this, the minister said that to take advantage of PM Daksha scheme, you can register on the online portal. The Union Minister said that after becoming a minister in Murshidabad for the last one year, we had tried three times to distribute goods to the elderly and differently-abled people, but we were not allowed to do so.