In the case of three BJP workers arrested for delivering inflammatory speeches at Home Minister Amit Shah's rally, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that this is not Delhi, ‘shoot in Kolkata ...’. In the case of three BJP workers arrested for making inflammatory speeches at Home Minister Amit Shah's rally, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that it is not Delhi, slogans like ‘Shoot ...’ will not be tolerated in Kolkata. CM Mamta Banerjee said that the BJP is trying to implement the 'Gujarat model of riots' in the entire country including West Bengal. The violence in Delhi was a massacre, extremely saddened by the killing of innocent people. This statement of Darsal Mamta Banerjee is being seen as a response to what Home Minister Amit Shah said on Sunday.
Mamta Banerjee States - This is not Delhi, slogans like 'Shoot ... in Kolkata' will not be tolerated.
Let us tell you that Home Minister Amit Shah was in Kolkata on Sunday. He addressed two rallies to clear the confusion of people associated with the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). In which he fiercely targeted CM Mamta Banerjee. He accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of inciting a riot during a protest against the revised citizenship law last year. During which trains and railway stations were set on fire. Shah challenged him not to implement the CAA and show it. Amit Shah said that don't worry, BJP is going to form a government with absolute majority in Bengal. At the same time, in a video made during the rally, some people can be seen wearing saffron coloured clothes and waving BJP flags. During this time people can be heard saying, 'Shoot all those who are cheating the country.' Now the police have taken action and arrested three BJP workers.
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‘This is not Delhi, slogans like 'Shoot ... in Kolkata' will not be tolerated.’-Said By Mamta Banerjee
West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Monday launched the public relations campaign 'Banglar Gorbo Mamta' (Gaurav Mamta of Bengal) in view of the upcoming civic elections and the 2021 assembly elections. Party sources said that as part of the campaign, around one lakh Trinamool Congress (TMC) activists will visit different parts of the city and explain to the people how much Banerjee is for the development and progress of West Bengal and to maintain the communal harmony of the state. Are required. Sources said that the contact campaign ‘Didi Ke Bolo’ received overwhelming support in the first month where more than 10 lakh people had lodged their complaints.