The Assembly elections in West Bengal are slowly coming to a halt. But the reaction to the war continues. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Minister of State for Home Affairs Amit Shah without naming them. He said Bengal would not surrender to the two Delhi goons.
“I am not a player but I know how to play,” Banerjee said during an election rally in South Dinajpur in West Bengal on Thursday. The first was the best player in the Lok Sabha. He said, “Our Bengal will not surrender to the two goons of Delhi.”
The attacks on each other have been going on since the beginning of the West Bengal elections. The BJP, led by Prime Minister Modi and Amit Shah, has been attacking Didi Mamata Banerjee on issues like corruption, development and violence. At the same time, Mamata is also campaigning in a wheelchair on the plaster dam on her feet, targeting senior BJP leaders.
Bengal will not surrender to two Delhi goons
West Bengal Assembly elections have passed five phases. Voting is underway in 43 assembly constituencies in the sixth phase on April 22. More than one crore voters will decide the political future of 306 candidates. In the second wave of the corona virus, the Election Commission has tightened security measures in the wake of previous violence.