During and after elections some leaders raise their voice, some leaders engage in whataboutery attacking the government and portraying every welfare as a failure, while there are some leaders who raise their level of serving the electorate with maximum outreach and governance. In the last category of leaders comes out our own chief minister, Smt. Mamata Banerjee, a staunch democrat, who defines “Government of the people” as it is elected by the people and hence, for the people.
After bringing governance at the doorstep, Mamatadi is now bringing security of our well-being to our homes with “Didir Surakha Kawach“.
Today, every segment of the society of Bengal is not only insured by welfare schemes of the Trinamool Congress government, but also they are ensured time and again, such that government reach out will be to the last person standing in the queue irrespective of his caste, religion, gender, region, his beliefs or his political ideology.
From Kanyashree to Swasthya Sathi to Krishak Bandhu to Sabuj Sathi to Student Credit Card to Laxmir Bhandar, it’s all around security to all against every problem. It is the beginning of a golden chapter in Indian politics where each other political party will be compelled to work “for the people” and reach out.
Didir Surakha Kawach is a welfare reach out with a catchy song with well spun lyrics that describes each welfare scheme and whom it is meant for. The campaign song was officially launched at a press conference held at Trinamool headquarters in the presence of the young turks of the party: Debangshu Bhattacharya, Saayoni Ghosh and Trinankur Bhattacharjee.
The song begins with video description of the Bengal’s rich history, heritage, and traditions. The lyrics describe the Bengali way of life and how our Hon’ble AITC Chairperson Smt. Mamata Banerjee has ushered in tangible development in our standard of living and is striving to make it better which she always dreamt of. It shows how much love she has for her people and the welfare schemes she carefully and thoughtfully designed to make life be under a protective shield (“Surakhsha Kawach”) for the new born to toddlers, teenagers, youth, adults and the senior citizens alike. The simple meaningful lyrics, the visuals to go with it, is a story that describes the love of Mamatadi, coupled with her keen interest in making people’s lives better, with silky smooth vocals and foot tapping music, that will make your day as each welfare scheme is making up your life!
If life is a ballad then a few paragraphs of positivity, laughter, and joy that a true leader of Maa -Maati-Manush gets is a few paragraphs of this song that will be embedded forever in this huge stage where negative propaganda and promises rule; and show that indeed if we vote wisely we will see not only see the light, but see the brightest sun at the end of the tunnel.