Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, whose government completes four years in office today, said despite financial constraints and other hurdles her government has delivered its best and fulfilled its commitments to the people.
"In spite of the legacy of the huge debt burden left by the previous government, so many hurdles, financial constraints ... We have delivered our best and fulfilled our commitments to the people of Bengal," Banerjee said in a Facebook post.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee
"During the last four years, several schemes/projects of Bengal and our performance have won acclaim of international organisations like World Bank, United Nations, UNICEF, DFID and so on. Many of the schemes have got national recognition and have been recommended as models for other states to follow.
"We are indeed grateful to Ma, Mati, Manush (Mother, Soil and People) of Bengal for giving us the mandate to serve them," she said. The Chief Minister also conveyed her greetings to people of West Bengal.
"Heartiest congratulations, greetings and best wishes to all my brothers and sisters and our family of West Bengal Government" she said.
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