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Amit Shah in Bengal: 'Bomb blast have replaced Rabindra Sangeet in Kolkata, it's time that voters uproot TMC in 2019 polls'

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 22 January 2019, 16:14 IST
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Amidst the controversy over the Rath Yatra of BJP, Amit Shah rallied in Malda today and attacked the ruling Trinamool Congress for spreading communal hatred and violence across the state.

Shah alleged that the TMC is ruling with an agenda to overturn the popular vote share and delve into Muslim appeasement. BJP president mentioned about the NRC and how the Trinamool is fond of it.


Bomb and weapon making industries are prevalent in Bengal. Where Rabindra Sangeet used to play, bomb blasts fill the air. The BJP shall bring the glory back to Bengal. This is what a real speech from a leader sounds like,” said Amit Shah.

Talking about the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, Shah said, “The election of 2019 will not only determine the future of India but is also very important for West Bengal. The election of 2019 will determine whether this govt of TMC which is killing democracy, will remain in Bengal or will be uprooted.”

BJP is trying hard to push its agenda and infiltrate the Mamata Banerjee’s home turf, which once used to be Left’s bastion.

Shah reiterated that, “I am assuring you, bring BJP and we will not let any infiltrators enter Bengal. But these people love infiltrators, that is why they go against us when we talk about NRC.”

Attacking the recent Mega Rally of the Opposition parties, which attracted more than 23 political leaders of different spectrum, BJP president said, “23 log jo Brigade Ground par baithe the usmein se 9 pradhan mantri banne baithe the. Humare yahan ek hi neta hai, poora NDA Narendra Modi ke netritwa main chattan ki tarah khada hua hai.”

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First published: 22 January 2019, 16:14 IST
 
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