Mamata’s Bengal To Spend More Money On Madrasa Education Than Industry, Tourism And IT Combined

The All India Trinamool Congress government of Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal passed its budget for the Fiscal Year 2017-18 a couple of days back. The expenditure pattern revealed in the budget document has drawn a lot of flak.

Consider this: Mamata Banerjee’s government has decided to allocate more money to minority affairs and madrasa education than its combined expenditure on the large industries, Small and Medium enterprises, Tourism and Information Technology sector.

The state government will spend a sum of Rs 2,815 crore on the former while its expenditure for the latter will stand much lower at Rs 2,154 crore for the 2017-18 fiscal year.

The allocation of Rs 2,775 crore for backward classes, tribal welfare, Sunderbans affairs and North Bengal is also lower than its allocation for minority affairs. Even irrigation and waterways have received lower priority, an allocation of Rs 2,410 crore, than madrasa education in Mamata Didi’s Bengal.

The policy of pandering to the Muslim vote bank is slowly pushing West Bengal into dangerous cocktail of salafi-jihadism. The public funding of madrasas is leading to the proliferation of Mullahs that have created their mini Islamic states within Bengal and have turned the Hindu population there into second class citizens. Such maulanas yearn for the day when India will become Muslim majority and Islamic in nature.

Maulanas with such perilous intentions have found great allies in politicians like Mamata Banerjee.


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