PM Modi calls WB BJP candidate, promises to tackle corruption

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated his commitment to combat corruption and uphold justice. PM Modi disclosed that he is actively exploring legal avenues to ensure that funds unlawfully obtained from the poor in West Bengal are returned to them through the assets and finances seized by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).

| Updated: 27 March, 2024 1:40 pm IST
PM Narendra Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday engaged in a candid conversation with Rajmata Amrita Roy, the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) distinguished nominee from Krishnanagar, West Bengal. In his poignant words, PM Modi articulated, “We are duty-bound to right the wrongs inflicted upon the innocent. The money usurped from the destitute must be reclaimed and reinvested in their welfare, as justice demands.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated his commitment to combat corruption and uphold justice. PM Modi disclosed that he is actively exploring legal avenues to ensure that funds unlawfully obtained from the poor in West Bengal are returned to them through the assets and finances seized by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). He underscored the BJP’s unwavering resolve to eradicate corruption from the country, emphasizing the need for concerted efforts to thwart the collusion of corrupt entities seeking to shield one another.

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Furthermore, PM Modi expressed optimism regarding the forthcoming state elections in West Bengal, asserting his confidence in the electorate’s endorsement of transformative change, or “Parivartan,” in the state’s political landscape. Rajmata Amrita Roy, the BJP’s candidate from Krishnanagar, hails from a lineage deeply rooted in Bengal’s rich historical tapestry. As the descendant of Raja Krishnachandra Roy, renowned for his steadfast defence of Sanatan Dharma against colonial and external threats, Roy embodies the legacy of resilience and valour. Her candidacy symbolizes the BJP’s strategic endeavour to leverage Bengal’s royal heritage in contrast to the political ethos represented by her opponent, TMC’s Mahua Moitra, who faced expulsion from Parliament due to allegations of impropriety.

The BJP’s decision to pit ‘rajmata’ (Queen Mother) Amrita Roy against Trinamool Congress’s Mahua Moitra in Bengal’s Krishnanagar constituency is seen as a trump card ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. Mahua Moitra won the Krishnanagar constituency in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, securing 6,14,872 votes while 5,51,654 votes were cast in favour of Kalyan Chaubey of the BJP, making the former win by a massive margin of 63,218.

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With PM Modi’s unequivocal support and the steadfast resolve of candidates like Rajmata Amrita Roy, the BJP endeavours to usher in a new era of progress and prosperity in West Bengal. As the electoral campaign gains momentum, the conversation between PM Modi and Rajmata Amrita Roy serves as a poignant reminder of the BJP’s unwavering dedication to serving the interests of the people and upholding the principles of justice and equity.

In this pursuit of ethical governance and social justice, the BJP seeks to empower every citizen and ensure that the voice of the marginalized is heard and heeded. With unwavering determination, Rajmata Amrita Roy affirms, “I stand as a custodian of the people’s trust, entrusted with the sacred duty of amplifying their voices and championing their causes. Together, we shall embark on a transformative journey towards progress and prosperity, guided by the principles of integrity and empathy.”

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