BJP will not get even 70 seats in West Bengal
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KOLKATA: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday stated the BJP will be unable to win even 70 seats within the ongoing state meeting elections which many count on to be a cliff-hanger.
Speaking at a rally at Dabgram-Fulbari in Jalpaiguri district, the Trinamool Congress supremo ridiculed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s current declare that BJP had already gained a 100 seats within the 4 phases of the election to the 294-seat meeting.
“Prime Minister Modi has said the saffron party has already won 100 seats out of 135 seats where elections have been held. I can say that after the elections are over, BJP will not even get 70 out of total of 294 seats”, she stated.
The Trinamool Congress chief charged that the BJP was spreading falsehood by telling various things at totally different locations on the identical subject.
Banerjee stated dwelling minister Amit Shah had stated in Lebong in Darjeeling that there will probably be no NRC. However she identified that 14 lakh folks have been recognized and despatched to detention camps primarily based on a course of to seek out unlawful migrants below the National Register of Citizens.
“14 lakh people have been asked to go to the detention camps”, she identified.
Banerjee stated if TMC is voted to energy as soon as once more, it might not enable the controversial National Register of Citizens(NRC) to be carried out in West Bengal. All of you’re residents. My solely request to folks is that they solid their votes, she stated.
The Trinamool Congress chief claimed that BJP is bringing in folks from different states the place the pandemic was raging and this was serving to unfold Coronavirus. “These people will spread Covid in the state and then go away last year when Covid was in spate, none of the BJP leaders cared to the come to the state”, she stated.
Banerjee additionally criticised the saffron social gathering for its ‘anti-people and anti-poor stance permitting costs of gasoline together with cooking gasoline to skyrocket.

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