new Delhi. Following protests in a number of cyclone-hit areas of West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday appealed to the individuals to be affected person because the administration is working tirelessly to revive water and electrical energy provide.
He additionally dismissed "negative publicity" in opposition to the federal government, saying "this is not the time to do politics." The Chief Minister carried out an aerial survey of probably the most affected areas of South 24 Parganas district for the second consecutive day. Earlier on Friday, he carried out an aerial survey with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Governor Jagdeep Dhankar.
According to media stories, he said- "We are currently facing four challenges – issues related to Kovid-19, lockdown, migrant laborers and now cyclone disaster". <! –
After holding a evaluate assembly within the district's Kakdwip, the chief minister mentioned the cyclone Amfan disaster was "more than a national disaster". When requested in regards to the rising anger amongst individuals, he mentioned, "All I can say is that I should be beheaded."