‘She sees it all, knows about it’: Mamata doesn’t condemn violence, says PM Modi

0
56

PM Modi said that Mamata Banerjee was afraid of a high voter voter because it would lead to the victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), therefore he did not condemn violence because he also knew his party thugs were behind such actions.

PM Modi addresses a rally in Barasat, West Bengal. (Narendra ModiYouTube)
PM Modi addresses a rally in Barasat, West Bengal. (Narendra ModiYouTube)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday accused the Minister of West Bengal Bengal Mamata Banerjee from sparking violence amid the ongoing assembly election in the eastern state. PM Modi said he was surprised that Mamata Banerjee had never asked people to peacefully give their voices. “Bengal CM never cursed the violent incident. He found out these incidents, but he did not ask people to choose peacefully. Who incited violence? They received their instructions from somewhere. He has begun to compile his supporters who are afraid of losing May 2, “said PM Modi while handling a general meeting at a barasat in the Bengal poll.

PM Modi added that Mamata Banerjee was afraid of a high voter voter because it would lead to the victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the election of the West Bengal. “He knew that it was a thug of his party involved in spreading violence because of that he never condemned acts of violence. He saw everything and he knew all about what happened,” said Prime Minister.

He said that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) had to see the writing on the wall that it would not return to power at 2. “Dui May Didi Jacche, BJP Ashche (May 2 will see the BJP entry),” The Prime said Minister said. He also alleged that the minister’s chairman held the future of the Bengal Sandera Youth to improve his nephew’s future, took Jibe at the MP Congress Trinamool Abhishek Banerjee without taking his name.

“Didi has done his best to secure the future of Bhaipo (niece) but has destroyed the present and future of the Bengal youth,” said PM Modi. He said the Bengal youth kept waiting for a job. He also alleged that the wrong funds managed the government of Bengal was allocated for the help of Amphan and distributed it communally. “Didi, Amphan came for all. Amphan does not come for a particular community or a group of people. Why is the distribution of aid on the communal path?” Prime Minister asked.

Voting in Bengal Detained in eight phases and four has been held. The state witnessed violence during the fourth phase of Bengal Polls when five people were killed in two different shot incidents in the Constituency of the Sitalkuchi Assembly in Cooch Behar. Four people were killed in a CISF shot and the others were shot dead when he returned home from the booth polling. The next election phase in the election of the West Bengal Assembly 2021 will be held on April 17. The sound will be calculated on May 2.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here