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Bengal surges ahead: Here is the details of achievements by Mamata Banerjee leaded Trinamool Congress (TMC/AITC) government in last little over 5 years which surpassed previous Left Front (CPIM) government’s 34yrs achievement.
34yrs of misrule by CPIM leaded Left Front Government, now from May’2011 West Bengal witnessed an
array of welfare schemes sponsored and funded solely by the State Government
during Mamata Banerjee (Didi) leaded Trinamool era.
Several schemes by TMC government earned acclaims from national
and international authorities. Be it agriculture, education, health,
infrastructure, social welfare or any other sector, there was a tailor made
scheme for each slice of the society.West Bengal may be is the lone State where the government benefits
reached almost 100 per cent of the population.
Here are the 12 BIG achievements of the West Bengal Government
during Mamata Banerjee’s tenure>>
Fair Price Shops:
A) Rs 2/kg rice -‘Rajya Khadya Suraksha Yojana’ helped the
economically weaker sections.
Apart from it Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjee constantly
monitored the market prices and met with the task force to keep the prices of
foods in control. The Govt rolled out fair price seed shops, fair price vegetable
shops and prices of the food grains were kept under close watch.
B) Cheaper Medicines & Medical Diagnostics:
government opened Fair-Price Medicine Shop in almost all major government
hospitals. The Government is also launched Fair Price Diagnostic Centers.
2) Development in Health sector:
It’s not only fair priced medicines and diagnostic total health
sectorsaw massive changeand infrastructural improvements through such
programs as special schemesfor example,
‘Shishu Saathi’, establishment of fair price medicine shops (where costly
medicines are made available at almost half their prices), establishment of
Sick Newborn Care Unitsa number of
super-specialty hospitals, Mother and Child Hubs, Intensive and Critical Care
Units, Trauma Centers, free diagnostic and medical services for every segment
of the society and overall improvement in all services also resulted in
improvement of many healthas well as
drastic decline in maternal and infant mortality rates.
3) Development of Girl Child: Kanyashree Prakalpo:
Every year, 14th August is celebrated as the 'KanyashreeDibas'.
The Chief Minister opened the 'Kanyashree Prakalpo', which consists of an annual
stipend of Rs 500 for girls aged between 13 to 18, studying in school and
providing one time grant of Rs 25,000 to unmarried girl between the age to 18
and 19 and who are undergoing study or training.About 1Cr girls have already been enlisted.
Scholarship/ financial support for the girl child through its
‘Kanyashree’ scheme to arrest girls dropping out of the formal education system
which had a enormous effect on rural Bengal Didi distributedfree cycles, free textbooks and free shoes
for the students, 100 per cent availability of girls’ toilet in every school.
It has been given international recognition by the United
Kingdom’s Department for International Development (DFID) and UNICEF.
No. 1 in 100 Days’ Work Scheme:
Bengal ranked No.1 in the country in terms of expenditure under 100-days work
in 2013-14. The State exceeded the budget and recorded highest-ever expenditure
of more than Rs 5600 Crore. Not only in rural areas even urban areas too get
benefits of this scheme.
Peace in 'Junglemahal':
One of the most striking
performance has definitely been in the State’s success in changing the face of
‘Junglemahal’ making it an area which is laughing at the moment . Both the
regions are not only peaceful but have also witnessed unprecedented development
and improvement in all. The success of the government on these scores has been
acknowledged by all.
As a result of improved revenue
collection and financial discipline, the State’s capital and agri-rural
development expenditure jumped six fold, the plan, physical and social
infrastructure expenditure more than trebled thereby making West Bengal had an
economic growth rate of almost 11 per cent, 3.5 per cent more than the national
Improve connectivity.. Better roads plus new buses, new routes:
Bengal witnessed better infrastructure throughout the state also rapid
explanation of routes and new buses. More than 10 thousand new routes are
opened with almost Lakhs of new buses launched. New, no-refusal AC and non-AC
taxis are also launched. Some AC buses have been made Wi-Fi enabled and ‘smart
buses’ are being rolled out.
Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal today claimed that it had created
68 lakh jobs in its first five-year term.
finance minister Amit Mitra told the Assembly that the total number of jobs
created in the state stood at 68,00,912.
government jobs amounted to 3,96,143, out of which school teachers (primary and
secondary) accounted for 56,696.
Banerjee made 'Tantuja' (state’s handloom marketing unit) which was thrown into
darkness by the Left Govt at last have emerged from RED to provide profit which
is a huge achievement as it saves large number of employees.
also introduced some self employed schemes like Gatidhara etc.
World Bank’s Award for 'Gram Panchayats' of West Bengal:
Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjeeannounced that under the World Bank Project on Institutional
Strengthening, almost 99% Gram Panchayats of Bengal have qualified for award of
block grant of around Rs. 20 lakh each.
clean rural Bengal, Didi introduced “Nirmal Bangla” which was acclaimed by
Administrative building in North Bengal “Uttar Kanya’’:
establishment of the Branch Secretariat of Government of West Bengal at Uttar
Kanya, Dabgram, is another bold initiative taken by the present Government,
after the creation of North Bengal Development Department. This will cater to
the needs of 22% population residing in 24% of the total area of the state
comprising of 7 districts. This not only signals the honest & sincere
intention of the Government towards the overall development of North Bengal but
this is the first such instance in the country. The first administrative
meeting was held on 11th February, chaired by the CM Ms Mamata Banerjee.
12) Boost for Tourism:
WB CM visited Sagar Islands and
Sunderbans with a delegation of industrialists who pledged to invest in the
development of tourism infrastructure in these areas. The CM announced plans to
develop a deep sea port at Sagar while eco-tourism would be the focus at
Traditional tourist attractions
like Darjeeling, Digha, Dooars etc also developed as tourist friendly. Even
Jangalmahal also developed as tourist attraction.
To know about famous tourism
destination of Bengal please click:
Notwithstanding the negativism of the critics, one is sure that
West Bengal shall continue to march on the path to development to reclaim its
cherished place in the sun.
article is written by Saroop Chattopadhyay with some help/inputs & edited
by Mr. Jayanta Sengupta & some inspiration taken by an article of Dr.
Saumitra Mohan (IAS).
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