BJP vice-president Dilip Ghosh said that instead the TMC government should ensure that the people of West Bengal do not have to go outside in search of jobs.
BJP vice-president Dilip Ghosh on Sunday questioned Trinamool Congress general secretary Abhishek Banerjee's visit to Tripura, claiming that there was nothing left for the party in the Northeastern state following the civic polls there.
Maintaining that the TMC should instead pay attention to the development of West Bengal, he claimed that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's pet project 'Duare Sarkar' (government at doorsteps), whose another edition was to commence from Sunday, was cancelled owing to paucity of funds.
"TMC has nothing left in Tripura, why is he (Abhishek Banerjee) going? People of Tripura have made it clear that such party will not survive there," Mr Ghosh told reporters here.
He said that instead the TMC government should ensure that the people of West Bengal do not have to go outside in search of jobs.