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The inspectors did not understand after hearing the complaint in Bengali

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Sagar Majumdar: Osman, a local Trinamool Panchayat member, had to pay a bribe of Rs 8,000 to get his rightful house under the central project! Central observers have come to inspect how the work of making houses under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana has been done.

When they were preparing to leave for Guptipara in Chitka Panchayat, the old Premananda Das Bairagya suddenly rushed in front of the leaders of the central delegation.

He claimed that the local Trinamool Panchayat member Osman had to pay a bribe of 8 thousand rupees to get his house under the central project! His complaint in Bengali was not understood by the leaders of the delegation due to language problems. They asked the local panchayat workers, “Ye ka kah rahahe?” ie, ‘What is he saying?’ Panchayat workers on whom Tarjma’s burden lies cover up the matter and say, “Ye alog case hey.”

That is, it is another matter. After that the inspectors also did not want to know anything from Premanand. This incident raises the question why inspectors should not be accompanied by their own official translators or interpreters.

Chitka panchayat head Sanchita Biswas later said in this regard, “No complaint about Osman has been filed in the panchayat. So I don’t know about it.”

A three-member central delegation has come to the district to see the panchayat-based work of the central project on the ground. They came to Krishnanagar on Sunday night. On Monday, he left the circuit house in the morning and reached the BJP-run Chitka panchayat of Tehat by 10 am. Directly visit the central project work at Mayamari canal.

The delegation was accompanied by Tehatta 1 BDO Subhashis Majumder, Chitka Panchayat Head Sanchita Biswas, Sub-Dhan Uttam Halder and others.

Central representatives reached Jagagari canal at 11:40 am. Check the drainage system for farming there. After that, he went to Ilshemari BSF post on India-Bangladesh border at quarter past one. There they examined the work of dam construction project for flood control. Talked to the BSF personnel at the Golkua border, opened the border gate and went to the ‘Zero Point’ to see the work of the dam construction project.

Source – Anandabazar newspaper.