Mamata Banerjee bans ‘politically motivated newspapers’ in state funded libraries in Bengal ?

 

 

March 30th-Mamata Banerjee adds one English Daily after continued pressure by CPM and civic bodies. However,she gives the same rebuttal on the matter,refering it as a systematic move to malign the government.

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If one frequents state-run libraries in Bengal and follows newspapers there, he/she has to develop ‘free thinking’ and the TMC government has initiated steps to promote free thinking by banning ‘Politically Motivated’ Newspapers and dailies in the state-run libraries. Leading Bengali Newspapers ‘Ananda Bazar’ and ‘Bartaman’ are among the newspapers which wont be available in any state-run libraries,considering that they hamper free thinking of readers. However,both these newspapers are not owned by any political party. Interestingly, there are 8 newspapers available for readers which include Bengali newspaper-Sangbad Pratidin, which is owned by TMC (RS) MP,Sanmarg- a hindi newspaper,owned by Vivek Gupta,elected as Rajya Sabha (MP) on TMC ticket.CPM mouthpiece,Ganashakti,is banned categorically.

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It seems Bengal has to follow Gandhiji’s principle of 3 monkeys for the TMC Government- ‘Bura Mut Dekho,Bura Mut Suno,Bura Mut Kaho'(Dont see,listen or talk bad)

Akhilesh Yadav plans Metro Trains And Mono Rails in U.P.

As per the directions of the new Chief Minister of U.P. ,Akhilesh Yadav, officials in Uttar Pradesh are working overtime to prepare a feasibility report for Metro and Mono Rails to link major cities of Uttar Pradesh which is due to be submitted within 3 weeks. After a long time,some chief minister is talking about infrastructural development of the biggest and politically, the most important state of India.Let us hope to see substantial developments in the state after the end of ‘monumental-development’, in the state.

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