Bengal Assembly Election 2021: Mamata Banerjee said in her address, ‘You have made many hollow promises. People will not always accept your lie. We demand that you make LPG cylinders cheaper for every citizen of the country.
In West Bengal on Sunday, the round of accusations and counter-allegations has started with the election of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, when Mamata Banerjee was addressing the people of Bengal at the historic Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata, Mamata Banerjee was also doing a walk-in Siliguri. During this time, he fiercely attacked PM Modi and Amit Shah. He alleged that both of these are liars. Apart from this, he also said that the BJP government only does jumlebaazi.
Opening a fresh march against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday said that they are resorting to lies to mislead the voters in the state. Demonstration against the increase in LPG price Addressing a rally after March, Banerjee said that the Prime Minister had made many ‘hollow’ promises over the years and people no longer believed in him.
‘You should be ashamed’ Banerjee said in her address, ‘You have made many hollow promises. People will not always accept your lie. We demand that you make LPG cylinders cheaper for every citizen of the country. You have removed the LPG cylinder from the reach of the common man. “The Chief Minister also said that Modi should be” ashamed of his habit of lying. ”
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‘You don’t know Bangla
He said, ‘They give speeches in the bungalow while the script is always written in Gujarati and kept in front of them in transparent glass. He pretends that he knows the Bangla language very well. Your party broke the statue of Vidyasagar. Your party insulted Birsa Munda. Your party incorrectly said that Rabindranath Tagore was born in Santiniketan. It shows the depth of your knowledge about Bengal and its culture.