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Mamata Banerjee slams Modi Govt over COVID vaccine price disparity
Mamata Banerjee has attacked the BJP and its leaders on the day of the sixth phase of the West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 election.
New Delhi: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its leaders on the day of the sixth phase of the West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 election.
Mamata Didi slams BJP:
During a rally in Dakshin Dinajpur, on Thursday, Mamta said, "Bengal goons cannot be handed over to Bengal." Mamata said that I am not a player but I know how to play. I have been a brilliant player in the Lok Sabha before this. The CM said, 'We cannot surrender our Bengal to the two goons of Delhi.'
Covid surge in India:
Earlier, the Chief Minister intensified the attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday over the rapid increase in Covid cases in the country and called the situation a 'Modi-made disaster'. He demanded that if he could not provide enough medicines to fight the disease, he should step down.
Mamata alleged that 65 percent of the medicines being manufactured in the country have been exported to deal with the pandemic. He said, "The Covid-19 epidemic had subsided in the country, but it increased again due to the huge failure of the central government and its negligence and incompetence."
She was addressing public meetings in Chanchal in Malda district and Harirampur in Dakshin Dinajpur district. Amid she not accepting the request of the Trinamal Congress to hold the last three phase elections in West Bengal on the same day, Mamata said that as Chief Minister, she is taking care of the rapid increase in the pandemic in the state, while her party She is also campaigning for
Attacking Prime Minister Modi, Mamta said, 'The country is facing the disaster created by Modi. Modi Babu will have to take responsibility for why medicines are not available in the market for the treatment of covid… You have to provide medicines or you leave the post. You either control the corona or move away. '
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