Mamata Banerjee, the West Bengal Chief Minister who launched a new rally against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said that Prime Minister Modi was resorting to lies to mislead state voters. Mamata Banerjee, who has protested against the LPG price hike, said, “The prime minister has made many hollow promises over the years. People no longer believe him.”
He asked the question, did the Prime Minister pay Rs 15 lakh to every citizen’s bank account. As he promised before the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
“You have made many hollow promises,” Banerjee said in his speech. People don’t always accept your lies. We urge you to make LPG cylinders cheaper for every citizen of the country. You have removed the LPG cylinder out of the reach of the general public. “
The Chief Minister said he should be ashamed of Modi’s false habit. “They give speeches in Bangladesh, but the script is always written in Gujarati and it is in front of them,” he said. He pretends to know Bengali well.
He said, “Your party has broken the statue of Vidyasagar. Your party insulted Birsa Munda. Your party has falsely claimed that Rabindranath Tagore was born in Santiniketan. It shows the depth of your knowledge of Bengal and its culture. “
Banerjee, appealing to the people to raise their voice against the BJP, said, “Bengal people will live in peace despite barriers to community and language. This will remain under greater pressure after BJP comes to power in the state.”
Let me tell you today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held an election rally at the Brigade Parade ground in Kolkata, keeping an eye on the Assembly elections in West Bengal. Meanwhile, addressing the rally, he has severely targeted the opposition party and the TMC, which is currently in power in Bengal. Prime Minister Modi also delivered many slogans in his speech. Meanwhile, the slogan “TMC half in Lok Sabha, this time completely swatch.”
PM Modi also targeted TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, saying, “Bengal chose you as Deedi but why did you confine yourself to a nephew? Why did you take over your brother-in-law’s greed?
Addressing the rally, PM Modi said, “He asked,” Has the employment situation of the youth of Bengal changed? Has the industrialization of Bengal changed as much as its capacity? Has it been for decades? Has the bloody politics changed? “
Let us tell you that in West Bengal there will be an eight-level assembly election between March 27 and April 29 and the counting of votes will take place on May 2. In such a situation, the election campaign in the state is fast. Many big leaders are constantly holding election rallies in the state. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Kolkata today and addressed an election rally at the Brigade Parade ground in Kolkata.