Bengal is being discriminated, we will say what we will have to say: WB CM

West Bengal Chief Minister Ms Mamata Banerjee after returning to Kolkata from her three-day visit to Delhi said she has discussed all the major issues concerning the state with the Central government during her visit to the national capital.

“Tea, jute, flood, drought – we had talked about all issues,” the West Bengal Chief Minister said at the NSCB International Airport on her return to Kolkata.

“We will say what we will have to say. This is our right. Bengal is a state of India. But Bengal is being discriminated against,” she said.

The West Bengal Chief Minister called on Prime Minister and sought adequate Central funds for the State during her stay in Delhi. She had reiterated the issue of Central aid for the flood victims of the State.