"BJP Leader Accuses TMC of Corruption, Calls for Action Amidst Delhi Protest"

"Agnimitra Paul's Allegations Spark Controversy as TMC Supporters March in Delhi Demanding MGNREGA Funds"

"BJP Leader Accuses TMC of Corruption, Calls for Action Amidst Delhi Protest"

New Delhi, October, 2023 - In a dramatic turn of events, Agnimitra Paul, a prominent leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in West Bengal, accused the Trinamool Congress (TMC) of corruption, raising serious questions about the allocation of funds under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA). As thousands of TMC supporters embarked on a protest march in Delhi, Paul's allegations have ignited a political firestorm.

Addressing reporters on Sunday, Paul lambasted the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC government, alleging that they had misappropriated funds intended for job holders under the MGNREGA program. "They have admitted that corruption has occurred, and they had to pay compensation. Has a single person been arrested due to this corruption in the 100 days of work? Has Mamata Banerjee arrested anyone? No, they haven't. Stop fooling the people of Bengal. I urge the people to file FIRs against TMC leaders who have stolen your 100 days of work," she asserted, sparking outrage and calls for investigation among opposition parties.

Paul's accusations come at a crucial time, as TMC supporters, undeterred by the controversy, began their protest in Delhi on October 2. The protest, named 'Dilli Cholo: A fight for our rights!', saw thousands of activists, led by TMC General Secretary Abhishek Banerjee, demanding the rightful disbursement of MGNREGA funds. The demonstrators, carrying placards and chanting slogans, marched towards government offices, symbolizing their resolve for justice.

TMC Member of Parliament, Sushmita Dev, responded to Paul's allegations, defending her party's position and emphasizing their commitment to the cause. "We are fighting for the rights of the people. The refusal to provide special trains for our job card holders is unjust. We are ready for this fight, and our determination remains unshaken," she stated firmly, echoing the sentiments of the protesting masses.

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The BJP-TMC clash over corruption charges has further intensified the political atmosphere in West Bengal, with citizens closely watching the developments in Delhi. As the protests gain momentum, the nation awaits responses from both parties, eager for transparency and accountability in the disbursement of welfare funds intended for the marginalized workforce.

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