West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has made an important statement during her election campaign for Bhawanipur by-election.
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has made an important statement during her election campaign for Bhawanipur by-election. Mamta Banerjee said that if I lose the Bhawanipur by-election, then someone else will become the Chief Minister of Bengal. Mamata said at a public rally, “If I don’t win, there will be another chief minister. Give me your vote to keep me as Chief Minister. Every vote is precious to me, don’t waste it.”Also Read – Why BJP lost to Mamata Banerjee in Bengal, Babul Supriyo, who left the party and went to TMC, told
Political experts believe that this statement of the Chief Minister is an expression of his tension regarding the by-election. A political analyst said, “She has never been in this situation before and hence she is worried about the outcome of the election. The figures of the last elections in Bhawanipur also show that he is not completely comfortable with his victory. Also Read – Bengal BJP Crisis: BJP MLA Krishna Kalyani rebelled, Babul Supriyo will meet Mamta Banerjee today
Describing himself as a savior of the people, the Chief Minister said, “I was asked to contest from Nandigram, where I fought for the farmers’ movement, but you all know how I lost there. The matter is pending in the court.” He said, “You all will know what happened to me there. But now here I am.. Maybe it’s luck. I can’t leave you. Every vote is valuable. So don’t waste your vote thinking that I will win. If you don’t cast your vote, I will lose.” Also Read – Relations were bad, still respected in TMC, grateful to Mamta didi: Babul Supriyo
Expressing her protest against the BJP government at the Centre, Banerjee said, “I can call Modi-Shah Dada (brother), .. it is courtesy, but I will not accept Taliban rule in the country. I will not let the country break. I will not allow the state to break into pieces. I will not allow division among common people. He said, “They are running the government in an autocratic manner. They have suddenly imposed Section 144 in Tripura to stop us from rallying. All this cannot continue in a democratic country.”
Mamta said, “Similar games will be played in Tripura, Assam, Goa and Uttar Pradesh if needed. Your vote will help stop the rioters. If you start the process here, you will see the result in Delhi. I will go to any area to fight this Talibanism.”