Mamata Banerjee: Days after JP Nadda’s attack, Mamata Banerjee tries to woo Hindus | India News

KOLKATA: 4 days after BJP president J P Nadda accused Mamata Banerjee of being “anti-Hindu”, the Bengal CM on Monday introduced a bunch of measures for the Hindu group — together with per month stipend of Rs 1,000 for “deficient Brahmins” (purohits) — in a transparent try to negate the grievance that her govt’s insurance policies are directed against appeasing Muslims. Imams and muezzins in Bengal were getting a an identical dole from the state board of waqfs, which in flip receives grants from the TMC govt.
Mamata additionally introduced the status quo of a Dalit Academy and growth of the Hindi Academy and the Rajbanshi Academy. But even so, she unveiled a scheme to revive mandirs, masjids and gurdwaras in districts, with a distinct emphasis on recovery of 14th century heritage temples in Bankura’s Bishnupur, as a part of her govt’s “sarba dharma samanway” manner. TMC additionally formalised the construction of its Hindi mobile and appointed MP Dinesh Trivedi, one in all its outstanding non-Bengali faces, chairman.

The state additionally made up our minds to provide Brahmins land in Kolaghat to arrange a “tirthasthan for Sanatan Hindu Dharma”.
“Don’t take it in a different way. About 8,000 deficient Brahmins made a request to me. We’ve got made up our minds to provide them a per month stipend of Rs 1,000 and construct homes for them underneath Bangla Abas Yojana. That is an honorarium. We’re going to imagine such requests from Christian pastors too. The 8,000 Brahmins gets the stipend from the Puja months of October/November,” Mamata mentioned on the state secretariat.