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CM Mamta Banerjee will take part in NITI Aayog meeting on 4 -day Delhi tour today

CM Mamta Banerjee will take part in NITI Aayog meeting on 4 -day Delhi tour today

August 4th 2022, 5:18 am
Amitesh Kumar

Aug 04, 2022 | 10:44 am

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is coming to Delhi on a four -day visit today i.e. on Thursday. Sources gave this information. According to sources, Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Banerjee can meet senior leaders during this period. Apart from this, she will participate in a meeting of NITI Aayog on August 7. Mamta Banerjee is expected to reach Delhi by Thursday afternoon. After this, she will hold a meeting with TMC MPs in the evening.

Significantly, in the current session of Parliament, TMC MPs are strongly opposing the central government and its policies on various issues including inflation. According to sources, Banerjee is scheduled to visit the central room of Parliament and meet many leaders of the opposition. Mamta Banerjee can meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi. Banerjee is also expected to meet President Draupadi Murmu.

West Bengal Chief Minister can also meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi on various issues related to the state. Prime Minister Modi will preside over a meeting of the Governing Council of NITI Aayog on August 7, in which issues related to agriculture, health and economy will be discussed. This meeting of the council is held regularly. Its first meeting was held on 8 February 2015. Banerjee did not attend this meeting last year.

Let me tell you that this Delhi visit of Mamata Banerjee is happening at a time when there is a fierce battle over the recruitment scam of teachers in Bengal. Regarding this scam, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has written a letter to Mamata Banerjee and expressed serious concern and asked her to take corrective action. This letter has come under the backdrop of the ongoing investigation of the Enforcement Directorate in the school recruitment scam in West Bengal, in which the state's dismissed minister Partha Chatterjee was arrested on July 23.

in the letter. It has been said, 'A large number of representations received from various teachers and teacher organizations of the state in relation to irregularities in teacher recruitment in West Bengal are a matter of serious concern.' Pradhan said, 'West Bengal teacher recruitment scam was found. Irregularities will definitely obstruct the quality of education and discourage the coming generations. I urge you to take the necessary corrective measures to restore people's trust. 524

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