Bankura: Keeping in view the oncoming assembly polls in West Bengal, chief minister Mamata Banerjee has zeroed on the development agenda to tap in the peoples support for her party.
Mamata on her last day tour of Jungle Mahal, addressing the crowed in bankura unveiled a bucket full of schemes and cited the development work initiated under her government.
Mamata flaggd off off the ‘Sabuj Sathi’ scheme at Khatra in Bankura district and inaugurated over 20 projects. Currently on a tour of Jangalmahal, the Chief Minister had visited Jhargram and Gopiballavpur earlier this week.
On her last day of Jangalmahal visit on Friday, the Chief Minister inaugurated 24 projects including Tarapith Police Station, Sabuj Dweep Eco Tourism Park, fair price medicine shops, parks, hostels for boys and girls, rickshaw stands, ambulances, roads, godowns, irrigation projects, administrative building at Simplipal police station among other things.
She also laid the foundation stone for over 20 other projects from the venue of her public meeting. Elected representatives of the region are slated to be present on the occasion.
The Chief Minister also distributed cycles under Sabuj Sathi scheme and give away certificates for Kanyashree, Yuvashree and other schemes. She will also distribute land pattas, dhamsa and madol, identity cards for folk artists, machines and equipment for farmers and artisans and slew of other benefits.