State BJP spokesperson Samik Bhattacharya said the party will take up the issue with the State Election Commission soon though whether the SEC will act on the complaint is not known.
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The Left Front also claimed that contents of an advertisement by the state government on the "Paray Samadhan" and "Duare Sarkar" violated the SEC's guidelines.
Dedicating the award to the people of the state, the TMC said that providing good governance to the residents will always be a top priority of the Mamata Banerjee administration.
The second edition of the "Duare Sarkar" (government at doorsteps) programme was launched on August 16 and will continue till September 15.
The officials had estimated 1.60 crore women to enroll themselves for the Lakshmir Bhandar scheme, assuring Rs 500 per month to general caste women and Rs 1,000 to SC/ST beneficiaries.