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Didi likes infiltrators as it is her vote bank- Amit Shah in Bengal
Amit Shah claimed that illegal migrants are taking the benefits provided to the citizens of the country.
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday stressed that BJP will win more than 122 seats out of 180 seats in West Bengal in five phases. Addressing a rally in East Bardhaman district, Shah claimed that Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee would lose to the BJP candidate in Nandigram and would have to leave from there.
Amit Shah in Bengal:
He said, "Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is demoralized after the five-phase election in West Bengal as the BJP is ahead of her in more than 122 seats."
Shah said, "Shubhendu Adhikari (BJP candidate) will win the election from Nandigram." He further said that Banerjee should be sent off with a big defeat according to her stature.
Amit Shah claimed that illegal migrants are taking the benefits provided to the citizens of the country. He said, 'People like you and me are second-class citizens for Didi, which does not matter in terms of their vote bank.'
Amit Shah comments on Mamata Banerjee:
Simultaneously, Amit Shah, referring to the injury to Mamta Banerjee's leg, said, 'I hope that Didi's leg injuries will be cured before May 2. So that when he goes to resign his resignation to the Governor, he will be able to walk on his feet.
He said that BJP is far ahead of Mamta Didi. We want to replace the model of bomb, gun and gunpowder with confidence, growth and development and trade.
Targeting the TMC supremo, Amit Shah said, 'Didi has no agenda for the development of Bengal. Didi spends 12 minutes in Bengal and spends 10 minutes abusing Modi and me, cursing the security forces for two minutes.
Today the youth of Bengal is going out of Bengal for employment. We have decided that within five years, the BJP government will do the job of giving employment to one person from every family.
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