CM Mamta Protesting against Centre’s stop funding 100-day work scheme

Kolkata: Protesting against the Centre’s decision to stop funding the 100-day work scheme, West Bengal’s Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee, announced that she will lead a demonstration on March 29-30 in front of the Ambedkar statue. She expressed her displeasure with the central government’s “dictatorship” and also mentioned that Bengal did not receive any funding in the budget.

The Impact of Stopped Funding on 100-Day Work Scheme The 100-day work scheme was introduced to provide employment to the rural population and ensure they receive a minimum wage. The scheme has been beneficial for millions of people in India, especially in West Bengal. However, with the central government ceasing its funding, the scheme has taken a hit, leaving many without work and a source of income.

The Importance of Budget Allocation Every year, the budget is eagerly awaited as it determines the allocation of funds to various schemes and programs. However, the absence of any funding for West Bengal has caused dissatisfaction among the state’s leadership, leading to protests.

Mamata Banerjee’s Protest Against Central Government’s “Dictatorship” Mamata Banerjee has always been vocal about her opposition to the central government’s policies, and her upcoming protest is a clear indication of the growing tension between the state and the Centre. In her statement, she referred to the Centre’s decision to stop funding the 100-day work scheme as “dictatorship” and vowed to continue protesting against such actions.

Mamata Banerjee’s decision to lead a protest against the central government’s decision to stop funding the 100-day work scheme and the absence of any allocation for West Bengal in the budget highlights the growing tensions between the state and Centre. The impact of the ceased funding has left many without work and income, emphasizing the need for a resolution to the ongoing dispute.

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