‘Mamata Banerjee terrified of shedding’: Giriraj Singh hits again at TMC supremo over ‘Gotra’ remarks

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Giriraj Singh slams Mamata Banerjee over her Gotra remarks

Firebrand BJP chief and Union minister Giriraj Singh has hit again at TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee over her ‘gotra’ comment made in Nandigram simply forward of the polling. Singh mentioned that Mamata is terrified of shedding and due to this fact resorting to such ways. 

“Mamata Banerjee is terrified of shedding…that is why she is utilizing the gotra card,” he instructed information company ANI.

“Mamata Didi, now it’s to be came upon whether or not the gotra of Rohingyas and the infiltrators is Shandilya or not. Those that settled Rohingyas for votes, those that stopped Durga puja and Kali puja and humiliated the Hindus, now descended on the gotra in feat of defeat. Shandilya gotra is devoted to Sanatan and the nation, not for the vote,” he tweeted.

On the final day of campaigning for the second section polling, Mamata who’s in fray from Nandigram towards BJP chief Suvendu Adhikari, performed the ‘gotra’ card to woo the Hindu voters. The CM instructed the group that she belonged to the ‘Shandilya’ gotra. The ‘Shandilya’ gotra is likely one of the eight highest Brahmin gotras.

Addressing an election rally in Nandigram, Mamata mentioned that when she visited a temple right here, the priest requested her in regards to the ‘gotra’. “I instructed him ‘Maa Maati Manush’. That jogged my memory of my go to to Tripura’s Tripureshwari temple the place too the priest had requested my ‘gotra’ and I instructed him ‘Maa Mati Manush’,” she mentioned, including that “Truly I’m ‘Shandilya’.”

Nandigram is witnessing a high-stakes status battle between Banerjee and her aide-turned-rival Adhikari. Adhikari, who had give up TMC final December, is now preventing on a BJP ticket. Greater than a political combat, the battle for Nandigram has become considered one of status and has assumed the proportions of a private combat to determine who owns the legacy of the Nandigram motion.

Adhikari spearheaded the anti-land-acquisition motion in Nandigram in 2007. He was an MLA at the moment. He helped the Trinamool Congress dislodge the 34-year Left Entrance authorities in West Bengal 2011.

Within the 2009 normal elections, Adhikari received from Tamluk. In 2014, he was re-elected to Lok Sabha from Tamluk. He, nonetheless, resigned in 2016 after successful the Meeting polls from Nandigram and was made Transport Minister.

Banerjee, who represented Bhowanipore seat within the Meeting since 2011, determined to contest from Nandigram after Adhikari’s exit from the TMC.

Polling in Nandigram will happen within the second section on April 1.

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