#Kolkata: State High-Profile Center Bhabanipur (WB Bypoll Bhabanipur). Fighting has intensified in this constituency of South Kolkata in the Assembly by-elections. Mamata Banerjee on the one hand. On the other hand, BJP candidate Priyanka Tibrewal. The BJP’s fight with the Trinamool has become one of the biggest surprises in Pujo’s atmosphere at the moment. The BJP has started campaigning in Bhabanipur center with the issue of unemployment in mind. And to counter this, the Trinamool Congress is sharpening its campaign, where they are issuing reports of various economists.
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online. It has been decided that the top leaders of the party will highlight these aspects in the campaign. Trinamool is campaigning that if the BJP government is in power, unemployment will increase. In particular, the campaign will continue in ward numbers 60,63,64.
Issue 1 Bank-insurance companies sell. In this case, the Trinamool Congress is using a report by prominent economist Raghuram Rajan. There are references. If banks and insurance are sold to local industrialists or foreign companies, it will be a catastrophic mistake in the country’s economy. At the same time, in such a large country, more power must be given to the state. Otherwise, the country will not make the expected progress. Only if the states are financially prosperous will the democratic system of the country be strengthened.
Issue 2 Unemployment of graduates is due to BJP. In this case, the Trinamool is bringing forward the report of economist Kaushik Basu. It is said that in 2016, 42 percent of the graduates between the ages of 20 and 24 were unemployed. In 2016, it increased to 55.01 percent. In 2019, it reached 83.04 percent. Trinamool’s statement is now 80 percent. In the next two years, it will be 100 percent, said Trinamool MP Sukhendu Shekhar Roy. Besides, according to the report of state finance minister Amit Mitra. Overall, the unemployment rate last month was 8.23%. In other words, there are no jobs in the hands of 3.6 crore people in the country. Factory workers are returning to the village in groups after losing their jobs People’s income and purchasing power is declining Shopping decreased by 12 percent. Small and medium businesses are thriving. Hands on the foreheads of small traders. Fire at the price of things. Poor people are crying. Trinamool MP Sukhendu Shekhar Roy said, “When the central government was responsible for providing cash to the people in this dire situation, luxury planes are being bought for the Prime Minister. A palace is being built for the Vice President at a cost of Rs 190 crore. “Central Vista is being built at a cost of crores of rupees. The Trinamool Congress will go to the people in the by-elections against this anti-people project. Even then, all this will be brought to the notice of the people.”