BJP released ‘TMC fail card’ to counter TMC ‘report card’

Bengal, Dec 15: Day days after the ruling Trinamool Congress launched a report card on their 10 years of work in West Bengal, the state BJP on Monday launched a booklet — ‘TMC fail card’ — citing the alleged atrocities of the ruling TMC government in the state.

The “TMC Fail Card – the true story of 10 years of TMC’s corrupt and inept governance in West Bengal” was shared on the Twitter handler of Bengal BJP.”

The state BJP in its Twitter handle said, “10 years of corruption, 10 years of Syndicate, 10 years of Tolabaji (extortion), 10 years of slapping the Democracy. That’s what TMC’s Report Card is all about. A failed student writing his own report card, that’s what TMC’s Report Card is.

With an eye on 2021 Assembly polls, the ruling TMC released a report card on December 10 highlighting its government’s “achievements” over the last 10 years.

Daring the TMC government to release a white paper giving details about the investments made in West Bengal during the last 10 years, Bhattacharya said that the business summits conducted by the state did not yield any result.

In West Bengal, ‘syndicate‘ refers to a group of businessmen, apparently backed by the ruling party, who allegedly force promoters and contractors to buy construction materials, often of inferior quality, at high prices.

Elections to the 294-member state Assembly are due in April-May next year.