Amit Shah holds massive roadshow in Nandigram; says Mamata will face big defeat
Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a massive roadshow in Nandigram constituency today (March 30). At a conference, Shah questioned the security of women in the state after a BJP worker's wife was raped and left handcuffed in Nandigram.
Amit Shah said, “When the Chief Minister was in Nandigram, a woman was raped within 5 km from her. Then consider the security situation of women in the state.”
“People in the state want change. Suvendu (Adhikari) will win in Nandigram with a massive margin. Mamata Banerjee) will face defeat.”
The wife of a BJP worker was allegedly raped at Tentulbari in Nandigram on Monday (March 29) night. After campaigning for Suvendu Adhikari, the BJP worker returned home at night and saw that his wife had been handcuffed and left on the ground. There is a rope wrapped around her neck. She was rescued and admitted to Tamluk Hospital.
The BJP claims that Mamata Banerjee is trying to spread terror in the area knowing that defeat is certain. The BJP claimed that the woman had been raped. Regarding this, Amit Shah said, 'While the Chief Minister was in Nandigram, rape was taking place within 5 km from her. This shows the state of women's security in the state. Mamata Banerjee failed to provide security to women even though she spoke about women's safety.”
All eyes are on battleground Nandigram, where West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has locked horns with her protege-turned-rival Suvendu Adhikari.