Assembly Elections: Time for Mamata Didi to leave, says Amit Shah
Taking a dig at Mamata, Amit Shah also said that Didi is not worried about you, but she is worried about her nephew.
New Delhi: In view of the West Bengal assembly elections, Amit Shah targeted Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during a rally in Sitalakuchi, Kooch Bihar. He said that Didi is running the government on the 3T model - TANASHAHI, TOLABAAJI, TUSHTIKARAN (dictatorship, manipulation, appeasement).
Amit Shah in Bengal:
While Modi runs the government on 3T Model- TANASHAHI, TOLABAAJI, TUSHTIKARAN. We will develop Bengal on the basis of these three V's. He said that it was decided yesterday that Didi was losing to Nandigram. Let us know that the second phase of the Bengal election was voted on Thursday.
During this time, votes were cast in Nandigram. This is the hottest seat of this election. From here, Suvendu Adhikari is in the field against Mamta. Suvendu was earlier in TMC. He joined the BJP in December last year.
Shah targets Mamata Banerjee:
Taking a dig at Mamata Banerjee, Amit Shah also said that Didi is not worried about you, but she is worried about her nephew. She wants to make her nephew the chief minister. Didi's nephew believes in welfare and Modi ji believes in the welfare of North Bengal.
Didi is not worried about North Bengal, she did not care about connectivity, road, nor health, and tobacco is very good here, but did not do anything to ensure that tobacco rates are good for the farmers. Didi has always done injustice in North Bengal, so Didi is afraid of you.
Mamata didi is loosing: Shah
Amit Shah said during this time that it was decided in Nandigram yesterday that she was losing from there. Later, his advisor asked her where would you fight, she said, "Fight anywhere other than North Bengal, the people of North Bengal will not win me."
Shah said that the political violence that has taken place in North Bengal, once you give opportunity to Narendra Modi ji, BJP will end this political violence from North Bengal forever. If we form a government, then your development will be our top priority. We will give Rs 2000 crore to the North Bengal Development Board for your development. A battalion of Rajbanshi youths will also be formed to pay tribute to the Narayani army.