I’m not a ‘seasonal devotee’, PM Modi hits CM Mamata in Bengal



The BJP wave is blowing over West Bengal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at a public meeting in Jaynagar on Thursday. Voting is underway for the second phase of legislative elections in West Bengal.

Aiming at CM Mamata Banerjee, the prime minister said those making threats are now saying “Cool, Cool”.
The BJP will win more than 200 seats, Prime Minister Modi said, adding that Mamata Banerjee will have to account for the deaths of Bengal siblings and sons.

“A few weeks ago, the people of Bengal were saying that the BJP would get more than 200 seats. But the good start of the BJP in the first phase clearly shows that the voices of the people have received God’s blessing. The BJP will get more than 200 seats in Bengal, “Prime Minister Modi said.

Responding to Trinamool Congress’ objections to his visit to Bangladesh, Prime Minister Modi said he was not one to show reverence in temples on a seasonal basis. “I am always proud of our faith and our tradition,” said the Prime Minister.

“A few days ago I visited Bangladesh where I offered prayers at Jeshoreshwari temple. Didi opposed it. In Orakandi, I sought the blessing for the country during my visit to the sacred land of Harichand Thakur and Guruchand Thakur. She got very angry. Is visiting a temple wrong? PM Modi asked.

“Appease whoever you want will not attack the tradition of Ram Krishna,” the prime minister said.

“Mamata Didi has problems with the slogan” Jai Shri Ram “. All Bengal knows it. Didi has problems with the immersion of the idol of Durga. All Bengal knows it. Didi now has problems with the tissues vermilion and saffron. Didi’s men now call the chotiwalas as rakshasas “. the prime minister told Jaynagar.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that Mamata Banerjee’s recent actions denigrate his political understanding.

Mamata Banerjee is now seeking support from the same foreigners she hasn’t even given time to in the past, Prime Minister Modi said. He was referring to Banerjee’s letter to the leaders of 15 opposition parties, asking them to join forces in a united front against the BJP.

“Did Didi have to do this if she had served Bengal as chief minister for 10 years,” Prime Minister Modi asked.

He went on to say: “She has abused EVM before, has already questioned the credibility of the Election Commission.”

Mamata Banerjee’s frustration and anger is the topic of discussion among residents of Bengal, Prime Minister Modi said at the rally in Jaynagar on Thursday.



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