Despite assembly elections in all the five states, the atmosphere there is heating up day by day as the focus of BJP leaders, starting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, is all over West Bengal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who held a huge public meeting in Kolkata on Sunday, criticized Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee and Didi countered them on Monday. He was targeted with a voice beyond Modi.
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Mamata Banerjee has made unexpected remarks, referring to the removal of the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel name from the Motera Stadium, the largest cricket ground in the world (Ahmedabad), by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and the presence of a photo of Modi on Kovid vaccine certificates. Eddewa said the day of naming Modi for India was not far off.
“Modi is spreading his name all over. Everything is named after him. He printed photos on Kovid vaccines. Now it is not the Kovid vaccine, it is the Modi vaccine. Not only that, many colleges are already running under the Modi name. The stadiums have also been named after him recently. Keep an eye out .. Modi will change the name of this country and put his name on it, ”said Mamata Banerjee. Not only that,
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Mamata was incensed that the Prime Minister was making false propaganda against the TMC government in Bengal. She organized a walk along with party ranks in Kolkata City on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Speaking on the occasion, Didi said that it was only during the elections that BJP Bada leaders were criticized for remembering Bengal.
Alleging that women have no protection in Bengal, Mamata countered that she should take care of the situation in her own constituency of Gujarat and other BJP-ruled states. “What is the status of women in Modi’s favorite Gujarat?” At least the females there can’t go out freely at night. Gujarat, which is said to be an ideal state, has witnessed four rapes and two murders a day in the last two years, according to media reports. It would be better to focus on those states before Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, ”Didi joked. Bengal, which has a total of 294 assembly seats, will go to the polls in eight tranches from May 27.