Tmc occupied Pradhan mantri Awas Yojana House, used it as their Party Office

After Lok Sabha election the Cut Money issue has been increasing day by day in West Bengal. But this time, Tmc leaders does Not take Cut Money they totally occupied Central Government Yojona and Made a Trinamool Party Office.The phenomena happened on Kathara Para from Jamalpur, East Burdwan.There the Tmc Leaders occupied a Home Of Pradhanmantri Awas Yojna from a Poor villegers. Seeing this matters local people started clatter. In different times Tmc Leaders used central Yojnas and delivered to people on their party name.According to report, Sankar Majhi, a poor villeger leaved in temporary place. This time the person got a home using Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana.But the Trinamool leaders occupied that only house.

On 2018 Local Trinamool leaders established Party office in Kathuria para gram Jamalpur panchayat which is in East Burdwan.But after Lokasinya Election Result the situation changed on this area.Within one night Tlc workers remove party flag from the house, after researching the matters the villagers came to know that the house was alloted from Pradhan Mantri Awas yojna to Shankar Majhi.After Spreading this news bjp workers added BJP flag on that house and declared that they will not remove the flag untill tmc leader Gave the house back to Shankar Majhi.

It was declared from bjp workers that they would not remove their flag until tmc gave shankar house back.After protest the Panchayat added the Name on that house and Shared to Shankar Majhi.When media asked to shankar majhi, He said that he did not know that he got The house from awas ayojana , some times tmc leaders captured pic with him behind the house, but never came to know that was his own house.


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