Some do not believe in development but try to divide society says Hakim
| Thursday | 1st October, 2020
Kolkata: Firhad Hakim, chairman, board of administrators urged people not to get swayed by religious instigation and keep faith in the all round development that is taking place is Bengal.
He inaugurated two newly upgraded urban primary health centres in wards 143 and 144 in Joka on Wednesday evening.
Without naming the BJP he said: "There are some people who do not believe in development and are trying to divide the society on the basis on religion, caste."
Atin Ghosh, member, board of coordinators said with the completion of these two, urban primary health centres have come up in all the 144 wards under KMC.
He said the KMC is committed to provide free treatment to the people as desired by Mamata Banerjee.