Mamata's goal is to form ‘Greater Bangladesh': Dilip Ghosh makes serious allegations by presenting 3 pictures
The slogans 'Joy Sri Ram' and 'Joy Bangla', is playing a significant role in the political arena of West Bengal before the assembly polls. On one hand, BJP’s Dilip Ghosh is chanting 'Joy Sri Ram' slogan wherever he is going and on the other hand, Mamata Banerjee has started provincial politics.
In a Facebook post, BJP state president Dilip Ghosh accused Mamata Banerjee of forming a Greater Bangladesh.
Dilip Ghosh posted a graphic on Facebook today (January 28). The graphics have pictures of three events. The first is the presence of Bangladeshi actor Firdaus in the TMC election campaign.
The second picture is of Mamata Banerjee chanting the slogan 'Joy Bangla', which is the national slogan of 'Islamic Bangladesh'.
The third picture is of the inauguration of Durga Puja in Kolkata in 2020 by Bangladeshi cricketer Shakib Al Hasan. Shakib had to apologize for the bloodshed of the country's Islamic fundamentalists.
Posting these three pictures, Dilip Ghosh complained that Mamata Banerjee was fighting for a greater Bangladesh. Therefore, the slogan of 'Islamic Bangladesh' is being heard on his face.
Naturally, the Trinamool Congress has strongly opposed Dilip Ghosh’s allegation. Trinamool leader Kunal Ghosh claims that in many ways Bangladesh and Bengal are connected. There are similarities in the language, culture, and literature. So, it is not surprising that the slogans are similar.
Kunal Ghosh also said, “West Bengal is a state of India and Bangladesh is a separate country. Therefore, the blame of Dilip Ghosh that Mamata Banerjee is trying to form Greater Bangladesh is a fantasy.”
Kunal complained that the BJP has now become a 'Greater Trinamool'. He said that the frustration of Dilip Ghosh was expressed in his Facebook post.