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The violence that erupted in Delhi due to alleged hate speech has still not completely subsided. Meanwhile, the slogan of 'Shoot' was heard once again in a rally this evening. This incident happened during the rally of Home Minister Amit Shah in Kolkata. The violence that erupted in Delhi due to alleged hate speech has still not completely subsided. Meanwhile, the slogan of 'Shoot' was heard once again at a rally this evening. This incident happened during the rally of Home Minister Amit Shah in Kolkata. Addressing the rally, Amit Shah spoke in support of the Citizenship Act (CAA) and accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of 'inciting riots' and 'burning trains' to stop the law. . In the video footage obtained from the spot, people can be seen wearing saffron-colored clothes and waving BJP flags and shouting slogans. During this time people can be heard saying 'Shoot all those who are cheating the country'.
Kolkata Rally Shouts 'Goli Maro'
Earlier, in West Bengal, BJP started a campaign against Mamata government in the name of 'injustice and no'. The campaign started with the rally of Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP President JP Nadda at the Shaheed Minar Maidan in Kolkata. Amit Shah said that the rally in Kolkata is against the increased hooliganism in the Mamta government. Shah claimed that the BJP would come to power with a two-thirds majority in the Bengal Assembly elections. Targeting Mamta, Amit Shah said that the ideology of making the prince an heir will not work here. Amit Shah also said that no matter how much opposition including Mamata Banerjee opposes, they will continue to give citizenship to people from neighboring countries under the new citizenship law. Left parties are opposing this rally of BJP. They are besieging the headquarters of Bengal BJP and shouting slogans continuously.
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Amit Shah Rally in Kolkata People Slongs'Goli Maro'
Taking a dig at Mamta Banerjee and her nephew Abhishek, Amit Shah said that no Shahzada will become the Chief Minister of the state after next year's assembly elections. BJP will get 'two-third majority' in the assembly elections. In the first public meeting in Bengal after the general elections last year, the senior BJP leader said, 'Before the Lok Sabha elections, Mamata Didi used to say that our candidates will lose their bail amount. But for the first time we won 18 out of 42 seats in the state. Mamta didi can see the figures.