West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday described the visit of a tribal family to Union Home Minister Amit Shah's lunch as a "show off" and claimed that the food served to the BJP leader was cooked in five-star hotels. had gone.
Shah was targeted while addressing a gathering at Khatra in Bankura district of West Bengal. He also targeted the Center on the Farm Bill and NRC issue. The Chief Minister said, “A few days ago, our honorable Home Minister came, which was a show-off. Food items such as basmati rice, poppy granule fritters cooked in five-star hotels were taken to the Dalit home. "
Shah, during his Bengal visit at the beginning of the month, visited a tribal family in Bankura and a matua house in Kolkata.
Mamta Benerjee said that family members were shown cutting vegetables before lunch, but none of the ingredients were actually used to prepare the meal.
Banerjee announced several welfare measures for the tribal community during her visit.
BJP National Secretary Anupam Hazra said, 'TMC has a habit of doing politics on every issue. The food that our party leader Amit Shah ate was made at the same house. "