Mamata Banarjee, Chief Minister of West Bengal, did not respond to the COVID-19 positive cases in the state while urging the West Bengal’s citizens to vote out the in power state government in the assembly polls.
On this, the President of the ruling party BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party), J.P. Nadda, stated- “Violence and criminalisation of politics have reached intolerable levels. All the time, we only hear about ‘cut-money’. Cut the size of such leaders in the coming times,” Source: Hindustan Times
“The pride of Bengal has to be restored. We have to drive out the present government lock, stock, and barrel and establish the BJP rule in the state. The Bengal government is trying to end the era of principled politics that Shyama Prasad Mookerjee lived for, and Bengal was known for. Now, they put their political opponents in jail and frame them in narcotics-related cases. The chief minister does not report Covid-19 cases to the Centre. What kind of federalism is this?” Said Nadda.
He gave these statements while addressing the Bengal Party Workers from Delhi. This happened at a virtual rally organized on the 119th birth anniversary of Shyama Prasad Mookerjee, Nationalist Leader, and the Founder President of the Bharatiya Jan Sangh. Later, this party was raised as the ruling party of India, BJP, in 1980.
Further, Nadda said- “Bengal was a state that led India from the front. Under the present government, education has nosedived. Politicization has reached such a low level that even your education depends on who you vote for. Today’s leaders are ready to compromise on all fronts only to remain in power,” Source: Hindustan Times
The Union Ministers of Bengal, Debasree Chaudhary, and Babul Supriyo attended the virtual rally too.
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