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HOWRAH: All six Trinamool Congress defectors, together with three heavyweights from Howrah, confirmed up on the BJP rally in Howrah on Sunday, prompting Union house minister Amit Shah to say in his digital tackle that TMC chief Mamata Banerjee can be left alone by the point polls had been held in West Bengal.
“So many members from TMC have joined BJP in the last three months. Mamata ji should introspect why this is happening. By the time polls are held, you (Banerjee) will be left alone,” he mentioned, highlighting the persevering with desertions from Trinamool — the primary rush to BJP led by Suvendu Adhikari and the second by Rajib Banerjee.
Shah mentioned the TMC authorities within the final 10 years had taken Bengal additional down the slide from the place Communists had left off. “Mamata gave the ‘Ma Mati Manush’ slogan 10 years ago to bring about ‘poribartan’ from the Communist rule. Turning back to this 10-year rule, the ‘Ma Mati Manush’ slogan gave in to tanashahi (autocracy), tolabazi (cut money) and tushtikaran (appeasement). Mamata ji, people of Bengal won’t forgive you,” he mentioned. Without taking names, he mentioned: “The only agenda of TMC has been to make the bhatija (nephew) the CM.” In assist of his declare, Shah identified how TMC authorities blocked the Centre’s welfare schemes like Ayushman Bharat and PM Jan Dhan Yojana in Bengal when folks in different states had acquired the advantages.
Union textiles minister Smriti Irani, who attended the gathering at Howrah, hit out at TMC over its “contempt” for the ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan. “No one can stay in a party that insults this slogan,” she mentioned. 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 had been current on the dais at BJP’s Dumurjala present.

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