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1,30,00,000 MGNREGA Job Cards deleted in Bengal: Suvendu


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Kolkata: West Bengal Leader of Opposition Suvendu Adhikari has alleged that 1,30,00,000 MGNREGA Job Cards have been deleted in West Bengal since the start of the process for Aadhaar Card seeding.

Adhikari said, ” LOOT ALERT !1,30,00,000 MGNREGA Job Cards were deleted in West Bengal since the process of Aadhaar Card seeding began. ”

” Just imagine if in the last 10 years on average, even if only Rs 10,000 (ten thousand rupees only) was paid to these fake Job Card Holders = TMC leaders, the siphoned amount would be: 1,30,00,000 x 10,000 = 13000,00,00,000 (13 thousand crores), ” he further alleged.

” The realistic amount would be much higher, as I have considered payment of only Rs 10,000 in 10 years, which is a paltry Rs 1000 per year. It is a well known fact that most of the MGNREGA funds in WB was spent on paying wages to Fake Job Card Holders, ” the BJP MLA from Nandigram stated.

The cacophony of fake protests raised by the TMC leaders is nothing but sighs of despair at not being able to loot anymore, he alleged.

“The protest of the TMC leaders (thieves) is as fake as the fake job cards. Those who LOOT will get the BOOT from the people of West Bengal, ” Adhikari averred.

Meanwhile, in the national capital, the Trinamool Congress leadership has been resorting to protests demanding for the release of funds under MGNREGA and the Awas Yojana.

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