Taking a jibe on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) state president Dilip Ghosh on Wednesday mentioned she isn’t a “Royal Bengal Tiger” however her situation has grow to be like a ‘cat’.
Talking to ANI, Ghosh mentioned, “Mamata Banerjee isn’t a Royal Bengal tiger. Her situation has grow to be like a cat. Neither her get together members nor the executive officers are afraid of her.”
Whereas addressing a rally in Malda, Banerjee mentioned that bringing BJP to energy within the state means “encouraging riots”. Banerjee has additionally in contrast herself to the Royal Bengal Tiger and mentioned she isn’t afraid of anybody.
The BJP chief alleged that opposition events aren’t given permission to carry conferences in West Bengal.Mamata Banerjee’s dictatorial mentality doesn’t prevail in a democracy. The opposition events aren’t allowed to carry conferences or yatras in Bengal. She (Mamata Benerjee) makes use of abusive phrases in opposition to the Prime Minister and offers political speeches in authorities applications,” added Ghosh.
The state BJP chief additional criticized Banerjee over the legislation and order scenario in West Bengal.
“Kalia Chowk, Dhulagarh, Badoria, Asansol, Basirhat or Raniganj, there are such a lot of riots which have taken place throughout Mamata’s rule. It’s only in Bengal the place communal violence takes place as a result of such parts are given safety right here,” he mentioned.
Ghosh mentioned West Bengal has grow to be a “protected haven” for terrorists.
“Terrorists had been caught in Malda, Murshidabad and Birbhum. There have been incidents of bomb blasts. All of the terrorist teams in Bangladesh have a module in West Bengal. Brokers of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), Al-Qaeda, Jamaat and Simi are caught from right here,” mentioned Ghosh
“Many terrorist teams of the North East have protected haven in Bengal as they know the police don’t dare to the touch them. There isn’t a legislation and order scenario right here,” he added. Elections for 294 Meeting seats in West Bengal are slated to happen this 12 months.
(With ANI inputs)
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