The leaders of the Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are targeting each other before the West Bengal assembly elections. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has retaliated after the attacks by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday. Banerjee has described BJP as a cheatingbaz party. Along with this, he has alleged that BJP can do anything for politics.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee hit back at Amit Shah, saying, “You are the Home Minister.” Lying to you does not suit. ”He said that BJP is a cheatingbiz party. They can do anything for politics. We have been opposing the amended citizenship law (CAA) ever since it was enacted. They (BJP) cannot decide the fate of the citizens, let them decide their own destiny. We are against CAA, NPR and NRC.’
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He further said that Amit Shah has uttered a bundle of lies yesterday (Sunday). He claimed that our state is ‘zero’ in the industry, but we are number one in the MSME sector. He claimed that we cannot build rural roads, but we are number one in that. This information is from the Government of India.
On the last day of the two-day tour of West Bengal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said that only the rules of the revised Citizenship Act (CAA) are yet to be made. He told that after the corona virus vaccine was formed, the government would consider it further.
In response to a question about the amended citizenship law (CAA), Amit Shah said, “The CAA is yet to come up with the rules.” This could not happen due to the corona virus epidemic. As soon as the vaccine arrives, after that the government will consider and inform. ”At the same time, Amit Shah had also informed in the press conference that if BJP wins in the state, then whom will the party declare its chief minister.
Shah said that BJP will form the next Chief Minister of Bengal from this state. However, whether the party will field a chief ministerial candidate before the election or not, Shah said that the decision would be taken at the meeting of the Parliamentary Board.