West Bengal Election 2021: Former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha joined TMC, told why He is supporting Mamata

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Kolkata: Former BJP leader and Union Minister Yashwant Sinha have indicated that he would be joining the Trinamool Congress. He has arrived at the Trinamool Congress (TMC) headquarters in Kolkata. It is believed that he will soon join the TMC and become the political advisor to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

Government is not worried about farmers – Yashwant Sinha

Yashwant Sinha said that democracy means that the representatives of the government should perform their duties towards the people 24 hours a day. The Annadata (Farmers) of the country has been sitting on the outskirts of Delhi for the last 3 months and no one has any worries. Education and health in the country are going through a bad day, but the government is not making any difference.

‘Today’s Government Believes in Crushing’

He alleged that the ruling party, which is ruling in the country at the moment, has only one objective to win the election in any way and to hoist its victory flag. Yashwant Sinha said that today’s government believes in crushing people instead of fulfilling their needs. He claimed that there is a difference of ground-sky between Atal Ji and BJP of today. In that era, all parties and common people are heard, but it is heard today.

‘A lot of difference between Atal ji and today’s BJP’

Yashwant Sinha said that if we look at Atal Ji’s time, then all the big parties of the country including Janata Dal S in Karnataka, PDP in Kashmir, TMC in Bengal, Akali Dal in Punjab, JDU in Bihar, Shiv Sena in Maharashtra Coordinated with. He said that Atal Ji’s desire was never to suppress anyone. He used to take everyone along but today no one is with them. Even now the Akali Dal has left them.


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