West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday attended the G20 meeting in Kolkata, where delegates from member countries have assembled for a three-day session, and said her government believes in giving development a humane face.
Banerjee, during her speech, also said that the state government has created 12 million jobs, and increased Bengal’s GDP manifold.
She pointed out that people in the state have remained united notwithstanding the differences in religion, caste and languages.
The CM also said that development took place in Bengal as ”we empowered women, farmers, MSMEs”.
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”We launched the ‘government at your doorstep’ (Duare Sarkar) programme to ensure that people get the benefits of our development initiatives. The programme won a national award,” Banerjee said here at the first ‘Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion’ meeting of the G20.