Amit Shah attacks Mamata Banerjee and says BJP will win West Bengal with 2/3 majority | India News
Shah also said the Center would not be deterred from implementing the Citizenship (Amendment) Law and accused the opposition of instigating violence.
When addressing a public meeting here on Sunday, he said that CAA did not take away Indian citizenship from anyone. “But our millions of brothers, who have come to India in the face of persecution and torture, who have lost everything, whose women faced dishonor and whose temples and gurdwaras were broken, and faced a forced conversion … they have no citizenship. “. ,” he said.
Shah also mentioned Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and received a loud applause.
Amit Shah attacks TMC in “dynastic rule”
Modiji focused on the vikas during his five-year term. Over the next five years, with more than 300 deputies, of which 18 are from Bengal, Modiji is working on the country’s security. He could deliver what Syama Prasad Mookerjee had longed for: to make Kashmir an integral part of India. The next problem was to build the temple. Modiji has already put a hand in building the temple, ”he said.
The Interior Minister accused the chief minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, of supporting the objectives of the CAA while he was in opposition and adopting “appeasement” policies when he was in office, and said that Trinamool’s position had provoked violence and destruction of railway property in the state. He expressed his confidence that BJP would form the next government in Bengal and that a son of the soil would be the CM as opposed to a “family succession plan” in Trinamool.
Before the state civic polls scheduled for April, Shah launched a campaign, “Aar Noi Anyay (No More Wrongs)”, at a rally in downtown Kolkata, in an attempt to counter TMC’s “Didi Ke Bolo” initiative.
“We will form the next government in Bengal with a two-thirds majority,” he told the crowd, reminding them that BJP had obtained Rs 2.3 million in the state in the 2019 Lok Sabha surveys, compared with 87 lakh in 2014 .
Shah also took pictures at TMC in accusing the ruling party of propagating the “dynastic government,” so far used against Congress, although he did not name Mamata Banerjee or his nephew Abhishek Banerjee, who became number 2 in Trinamool.