Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said the BJP would implement a ‘totalitarian rule’, where it would decide what people should eat and what they should wear.
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Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee said the BJP would implement an ‘omnipotent regime’ so that they could decide what people should eat and what they should wear. Banerjee said at the election meeting that he (BJP) had changed the names of several stations. He named the cricket stadium after the Prime Minister. The day is not far off when they will change your name and ours. The Chief Minister said that the BJP wants to change the history of many places as per its agenda. However, he did not mention the name of the railway station or any place. Read more – UP: BJP MLAs who went to DM’s chamber came out without clothes and said, – SP has beaten me
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