Union Home Minister Amit Shah, in his virtual address to Delhi at a rally in Howrah, targeted Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and said that the TMC chief has done injustice to the people of the state under his leadership. He said that Mamta has made West Bengal backward in every field. The public will never forgive them.
Said to implement Ayushman scheme in the first cabinet as soon as BJP government is formed
Amit Shah also lashed out at Mamata's nephew and TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee. He said that the Modi government is committed to the welfare of the public whereas the government of Mamta Didi is busy with the welfare of the nephew. Shah said that the way a large number of TMC, Left leaders, and good leaders of Congress are joining BJP, AAP (Mamata) will be left alone in the party and no one will be left with you.
He said that when the BJP government is formed in the state, in the first cabinet, all the poor people of Bengal will be given the benefit of the Ayushman Bharat scheme. She said that Mamta Aap cannot change the winds of change in the state. Meanwhile, addressing the rally in Howrah, Union Minister Smriti Irani said that no patriot can stay in the TMC for even a minute, as she insults Jai Shri Ram's slogan.
Actually, Shah was to go on a Bengal tour but canceled his Bengal tour in view of the agitating peasant movement in Delhi and the attack on the Israeli embassy. And many disgruntled TMC leaders were to join the BJP in the same tour, but due to postponing their visit, they came to Delhi on Saturday and joined the BJP in front of the leader Shah.
No one will be left in TMC till 28 February: Shubhendu Adhikari
Sometimes Mamta Banerjee's special and now BJP leader Shubhendu Adhikari attacked Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee that the Trinamool Congress is no longer a political party but a private limited company. He claimed that no one will be left in it till 28 February.
The five leaders Rajib Banerjee, Vaishali Dalmiya, Prabir Ghoshal, Ratin Chakraborty, and Rudranil Ghosh were also present on the stage at the rally held at Dumurjala Stadium here, leaving the TMC on Saturday. Former Minister Rajib Banerjee said that we want a double engine government in West Bengal to make Sonar Bangla.
We want a BJP government both at the Center and the state. Although the dates have not been announced yet for the 294-member assembly elections to be held in April-May, the BJP has already started a massive campaign.