Mamata slams BJP at an election rally in Jhargram; says it makes false promises of development
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee attended an election rally in Jhargram on Wednesday (March 17). The Trinamool leader has joined the election rally in Gopiballavpur.
After being injured in Nandigram, the Chief Minister has started campaigning again from Monday (March 15). After Purulia on Monday, Mamata held three meetings in Bankura on Tuesday (March 16).
At the meeting, Mamata Banerjee said, “The BJP has a plan to bring goons from outside the state. They will ruin your vote. They will also try to grab your vote by making a mess.”
“I will win the election with all of your support. The BJP has tried to injured my leg so that I can’t actively participate in the election campaign, but they don’t know me yet. I will do everything possible to save the people of Bengal from their hands,” she added.
The CM also said, “When the BJP came to power in Jharkhand, they took away the land of the tribals. The number of unemployed increased during the BJP regime. Thousand of leaders have come from outside. They want to capture Jhargram, Purulia and Goaltore.”
“Narendra Modi talks big during elections. He makes all false promises to win the hearts of people. Some traitors have left the TMC and joined the BJP because they are greedy of money. Please don’t vote them,” she added.