The state government would not implement the two only at its peril because both the land ordinance and the GST were favourable to farmers, Sinha observed.
"The TMC is shedding crocodile tears over farmers, but what about the Singur land which they promised will be returned? Neither did it allow the factory to come up, nor was it able to return the land," Sinha pointed out.
Lashing out at the state's industrial policy which, he said, had failed to attract investment in the last three years, Sinha pointed out the discrepancy in the investment figures put out by two industry ministers - one former and the other present.
"In the last three years not a single investment or industry has come to Bengal. Former industry minister Partha Chatterjee gave a figure of investments, now present industry
minister Amit Mitra is giving another figure. This shows the discrepancy," Sinha said.
Coming to the state government's annual industrial meet, Sinha said that it was nothing but a "futile exercise" yielding no result.
"But when you see the vibrant Gujarat, you can see the difference! We want to know what is the output of the Singpore trip of our chief minister?" Sinha said.
Sinha said his party would welcome the stated move by the state government to appeal to the Supreme Court on CBI investigation into the Saradha scam.
"We welcome this proposal. Then this malicious campaign that the CBI is being used by the BJP against the TMC will stop," Sinha said.

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