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Didi will be left alone at the time of the polls: Shah | India News

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HOWRAH: All six defectors from the Trinamool Congress, including three heavyweights from Howrah, showed up at the BJP rally in Howrah on Sunday, prompting Union Interior Minister Amit Shah to say in his speech It was a virtual reality that TMC director Mamata Banerjee would be left alone by the time the polls arrived. they took place in West Bengal.
“Many TMC members have joined BJP in the last three months. Mamata ji must introspect why this is happening. By the time the elections are held, you (Banerjee) will be left in peace, ”he said, highlighting Trinamool’s continued defections, the first race to BJP led by Suvendu Adhikari and the second by Rajib Banerjee.
Shah said that the TMC government in the last 10 years had brought Bengal lower than where the Communists had left it. “Mamata gave the slogan ‘Ma Mati Manush’ 10 years ago to achieve the ‘poribartan’ of the communist regime. Returning to this 10-year rule, the motto ‘Ma Mati Manush’ gave way to tanashahi (autocracy), tolabazi (cut money) and tushtikaran (appeasement). Mamata hee, the people of Bengal will not forgive you, ”he said. Without taking names, he said: “TMC’s only agenda has been to make the bhatija (nephew) the CM.” In support of his claim, Shah pointed out how the TMC government blocked the Center’s welfare schemes like Ayushman Bharat and Prime Minister Jan Dhan Yojana in Bengal when people in other states had received the benefits.
The Union’s textile minister, Smriti Irani, who attended the meeting in Howrah, criticized TMC for its “contempt” for the slogan ‘Jai Shri Ram’. “Nobody can stay in a party that insults this motto,” he said. Bally MLA Baishali Dalmiya, Uttarpara MLA Prabir Ghoshal, Former Howrah Mayor Rathin Chakravarty, Former Ranaghat Civic Chief Partha Sarathi Chatterjee and actor-turned-politician Rudranil Ghosh were on stage at the BJP show Dumurjala.

Times of India

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