Kolkata: Describing her scheduled meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday in New Delhi as a “courtesy” one, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said she would highlight various issues like funds that are due to the state during her talk with the PM.Talking to reporters at city airport before leaving for the national capital, Banerjee said she would also raise matters like changing name of West Bengal as well merger of public sector banks during the meeting. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsAmid the hype surrounding the one-on-one meeting between the two leaders, Banerjee said her visit to the national capital was part of the “routine work”. According to sources in the state secretariat Nabanna, the CM and PM meeting is scheduled at 4:30 pm on Wednesday. “I go to New Delhi very rarely. I do not go anywhere because I have some responsibilities here. We have to go to New Delhi for some administrative reasons because it is the capital, the Parliament is there, the President, Prime Minister all stay there that’s is at times we need to go there. This is a routine work,” the TMC supremo said. Banerjee earlier in the day greeted the PM on his 69th birthday. Sources said that the Bengal CM was likely to meet Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Thursday.
Mamata to meet PM Modi today