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KOLKATA: Playing on Mamata Banerjee’s successful 2011 slogan of “paribartan (change)” whereas declaring that the “game” is over for her occasion, PM Narendra Modi on Sunday pitted BJP’s “politics of development” towards Trinamool’s “model of corruption and violence” and urged Bengal voters to assist him usher “ashol paribartan (real change)”.
Addressing an enormous rally on the Brigade Parade Ground right here, PM Modi sought to show TMC’s “Khela hobe (Let’s play)” dare on its head, reminding the group of all of the “khel (games) — from corruption to tolabaazi (extortion)— that Trinamool played with Bengal for the last 10 years”.
“You (Trinamool) are experienced players. What games have you not played? You have looted Bengal’s poor, looting even cyclone relief sent by the Centre. There is an Olympic Games-level of corruption in Bengal,” he stated. “Lekin khela abhi bandh hona chahiye. Khela khatam, vikas shuru (But the games should end now. An end to these games will mean the start of development). The lotus is blooming in Bengal because of the mountain of rubbish that Trinamool has created.”
The PM, whose chopper circled the rally venue within the coronary heart of the town earlier than touchdown, tried to ascertain a direct line with Bengal’s voters, stressing how the state might acquire out of this “dosti (friendship)” and switch the clock again to “again lead the country when India would celebrate the centenary of its independence in 2047”.
A BJP authorities wouldn’t solely imply a change of events, but additionally end in a Bengal “where youth have education and employment and are not forced to flee the state”, Modi stated, including “double-engine BJP government at both the Centre and in Bengal” would usher development of business and commerce, funding and 21st Century infrastructure. He held out hope for a state the place each part — “from Adivasis to refugees” — could be equal companions in growth. “A BJP government will mean appeasement for none,” he stated.
“So much has been snatched away from Bengal in the 75 years since India’s independence. We will return everything that has been snatched away,” PM Modi promised.
He stated 5 years of growth with a BJP authorities in workplace might lay the muse for the subsequent 25 years of progress. “There is no reason why Kolkata cannot become the city of the future.”
PM Modi additionally sought to rebut Trinamool’s cost of BJP being an “outsider” in Bengal. “Trinamool was born out of Congress, but BJP was born out of the vision of Syama Prasad Mookerjee, who was from Bengal. Our traditions, our culture are rooted in Bengal’s DNA,” the PM stated.
Modi additionally focused one other Trinamool slogan — “Bangla nijer meyekei chay (Bengal wants its own daughter)” — projecting CM Mamata because the state’s unanimous selection. “Bangla chay unnati, Bangla chay shanti, Bangla chay pragatishil Bangla, Bangla chay sonar Bangla (Bengal wants development, peace, a progressive milieu…),” he stated, asking why Mamata was eager on projecting herself as solely Bengal’s daughter when she was “entire India’s daughter”.
“People chose you to be their elder sister. But you limited yourself to being only one nephew’s aunt. What about the dreams of the other nephews and nieces of Bengal?” he requested Banerjee.
Modi additionally referred to the Bengal CM’s e-scooter protest towards gas value rise and her choice to struggle from Nandigram: “It is sweet that you simply didn’t fall that day; as a result of, if you happen to fell, you’ll have blamed the state the place the e-scooter was made. Now you’ve modified path from Bhowanipore to Nandigram. What will occur in case your scooter falls in Nandigram?”
Working up the group and seemingly enthused by the response, Modi stated their roar on Sunday was a precursor to what would occur on May 2 (when the Bengal ballot outcomes are to be introduced). “Repeat after me: ar noy onyay (no more injustice), no more corruption, tolabaazi, cut money, syndicates, unemployment, violence, appeasement, injustice,” he stated.
Modi then requested, “Didi, have you heard Bengal’s voice?”
The PM additionally took a swipe on the Congress-Left Front-Indian Secular Front alliance. “The Left Front used to say. ‘Congress-er kalo haath bhenge dao, guriye dao (Break the Congress’s black arms)’. How have these arms abruptly grow to be safed (white) after three many years. How are you now becoming a member of arms with them?” he requested.

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