- West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee visited Nandigram’s Chandi Temple and in addition visited the Shamshabad Mazar within the district and provided a chadar on the shrine, in keeping with a report by information company PTI.
West Bengal Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury on Wednesday stated chief minister Mamata Banerjee is making an attempt to show she helps Hindutva as a lot because the BJP due to the upcoming elections within the state.
Chowdhury stated, “For the primary time Mamata Banerjee is making an attempt to show that she is a Brahmin. Earlier, she used to say that she prays for Muslims and protects Muslims. She has modified after BJP’s entry into West Bengal. She is making an attempt to indicate that she will not be much less ‘Hindutvavadi’ than the BJP,” Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury was quoted as saying by information company ANI.
The Lok Sabha MP from Bengal was referring to Mamata Banerjee reciting verses of the Chandi Paath at a marketing campaign rally in Nandigram on Tuesday. Banerjee on the rally had stated, “Those that are speaking about 70:30 ratio ought to know that I learn ‘Chandi Paath’ each morning earlier than leaving house. I’m the daughter of a Hindu household. Don’t dare to play the Hindu card with me. I problem them to have a contest with me in Chandi Paath.”
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee visited Nandigram’s Chandi Temple and in addition visited the Shamshabad Mazar within the district and provided a chadar on the shrine, in keeping with a report by information company PTI. Mamata Banerjee will battle the elections from Nandigram towards Suvendu Adhikari of the BJP. Greater than a decade in the past, each had labored collectively to deliver Trinamool Congress into political prominence as a regional in addition to a nationwide energy.
Congress has tied up with the Communist Occasion of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) and the Indian Secular Entrance (ISF) for the upcoming polls. The social gathering will likely be contesting 92 seats and launched its first record of 13 candidates for the West Bengal meeting elections on Saturday.
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