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West Bengal Assembly Election 2021 | Mamta said, ‘Modi-Shah’ only knows India

The BJP leadership in West Bengal is accusing the Trinamool Congress of running a syndicate.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday alleged that the largest syndicate in the country is being run by Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah.

“Syndicate?” What Syndicate? India knows only one syndicate and that is Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. After addressing a rally in Siliguri in North Bengal, Ms. Banerjee said that there is no other syndicate.

The leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in West Bengal, which has been accusing the Trinamool Congress of running a syndicate. Ms. Banerjee alleged that BJP leaders are also afraid to raise their voice against Modi and Shah.

On Sunday, after leading an all-women rally in Siliguri, North Bengal, the Trinamool Congress president targeted the BJP government at the Center, saying it had accused the Trinamool.Weighment(Extortion), BJP was selling the country.

“If you are raising the price of LPG, why won't women and sisters leave you?” He said that in Ujjwala scheme, Prakash had faded due to increase in LPG price. Ms. Banerjee also made fun of BJP's sloganSonar Bungalow(Golden Bengal).

“they will make ‘Sonar Bungalow‘By selling property as they have done in Delhi. The only thing they have left is renaming India to Modi, ”said Ms. Banerjee.

In his own style, the Chief Minister also scared the Prime Minister on every debate. “Play hob (the game is on). You set the time and date. You fight Mamata Banerjee with Mamata Banerjee as the audience.

Ms. Banerjee accused Bangladesh of deciding to provide water to the Teesta River without asking West Bengal. He also questioned what the Center has done about closed tea gardens of North Bengal after winning so many seats from North Bengal.

Chief Minister said that he is Pad travel(Roadshow) on Monday in Kolkata on the occasion of International Women's Day.

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