BJP MP Arjun Singh has launched a scathing attack on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. BJP leader Arjun Singh has accused Mamata Banerjee of conspiring to make Bengal another Pakistan. During a party program in Asansol, the BJP leader accused Mamata of being against Bihari migrants in the state.
He said that Mamata Banerjee has always been against Biharis. Industries are being closed in the state so that they do not work here. The people of Bihar have given us labor force but Mamata Banerjee is conspiring to make West Bengal into Pakistan and if the people of Bihar leave then it will be easier for them to do so.
BJP MP’s scathing attack on Mamta Banerjee
Along with this, BJP MP Arjun Singh also attacked the Trinamool Congress supremo regarding the job crisis in the state. The MP alleged that Mamata Banerjee played a big role in shutting down industries in the state. Mamata Banerjee has played an important role in whatever industries are closed in Bengal, so that people from outside the state become unemployed and leave. Because of them, more than 40 lakh people of Murshidabad, Malda and Nadia are forced to work outside. Significantly, the ruling TMC has declared Shatrughan Sinha, a former BJP MP from Bihar, as its candidate for the upcoming Asansol Lok Sabha by-election.
Mamata Banerjee has always been against Biharis. Industries in the state being shut so that they don’t work…Bihar people have given us labor force. She’s conspiring to make West Bengal into Pakistan & if people of Bihar leave, it’ll be easy for her to do so: Arjun Singh, BJP pic.twitter.com/NKhdA2nYPW
— ANI (@ANI) March 16, 2022
During the election, Mamta accused the BJP of being an outsider.
In last year’s West Bengal Assembly elections, CM Mamata’s party attacked the BJP as an outsider’s party. During that time most of the BJP central leaders who had gone to the state for campaigning were from other states. He addressed rallies in Hindi. TMC formed the government by winning 213 out of 294 assembly seats. The same BJP was successful in winning 77 seats here, which is 73 seats more than in 2016.
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