The TMC supremo said that the state, which was scheduled to get 70 PSA plants, has now been intimated that four such oxygen generating units would be set up in the first phase.
In an open letter to farmers, CM Mamata Banerjee also said the decision to extend the benefits of the scheme to eligible farmers in Bengal was a result of her government's 'continuous fight'.
Mamata also accused the governor of dictating the state officials in excess of his power and by bypassing the CM and council of ministers.
She also requested the PM to identify global players manufacturing authentic vaccines and speed up the import procedure to meet the country’s demand.
In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Banerjee also called for liberal and proactive import of vaccines.
Will prosecute those who spread panic during, says Mamata as she urges press to take pro-people stand
Mamata asserted that strict measures have been taken to control the spread of Covid-19 in the state. She ruled out a total lockdown in the state.
The senior BJP leaders in Bengal described the Assembly election’s reflection in Lok Sabha seats as a major threat ahead of the 2024 general elections.
'People paying with lives for exercising voting rights, will visit violence-hit areas': Bengal Governor
The governor further said that the state administration was yet to respond to his request for necessary arrangements prior to his visit to the affected areas.
The Narada sting tapes showed people resembling TMC ministers, MPs and MLAs receiving money from representatives of a fictitious company in lieu of promised favours.
The ministers were administered the oath by Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar.
Banerjee also urged Modi to strengthen health infrastructure and augment supplies of equipment, medicines and oxygen for treatment of coronavirus-positive patients.
Post poll violence continues in Bengal as one killed, six injured; Governor hits out at Mamata government
The clashes occurred at Muktinagar village under Dubrajpur assembly constituency when a group of people, allegedly BJP workers, tried to enter the houses of villagers on Friday night.
Claims the BJP would not have won even 30 seats had it not been for support from the EC
Home Minister Amit Shah was bent on winning Bengal this time.
Mamata’s non-stop letter-bomb targeting the BJP-led Centre is said to be part of her efforts to counter the saffron camp’s attack on the ruling TMC government.