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People of Bengal will answer to Mamata’s leg injury: Amit Shah

First Published Mar 24, 2021, 10:40 AM IST
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Mamata Banerjee's leg injury is one of the topics of discussion in the West Bengal Assembly elections. How she got hurt? Mamata Banerjee has alleged that there was a conspiracy going against her and she has been injured in various meetings for the last one week.
 

The BJP leaders are frequently visiting Bengal ahead of the assembly polls but nobody has spoken about how Mamata Banerjee was injured. Union Home minister Amit Shah did not make any comment on this matter. He left the responsibility of answering to the people of the state.
 

The BJP leaders are frequently visiting Bengal ahead of the assembly polls but nobody has spoken about how Mamata Banerjee was injured. Union Home minister Amit Shah did not make any comment on this matter. He left the responsibility of answering to the people of the state.
 

Earlier, Mamata Banerjee alleged that she was beaten up and attacked by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Nandigram. In response to this statement, Amit Shah said, “Mamata Banerjee should first make her medical report public.”
 

Earlier, Mamata Banerjee alleged that she was beaten up and attacked by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Nandigram. In response to this statement, Amit Shah said, “Mamata Banerjee should first make her medical report public.”
 

It is to be noted that Amit Shah visited Mamata Banerjee a few days ago and wished her a speedy recovery. Shah said, “God knows how Didi got hurt.”

It is to be noted that Amit Shah visited Mamata Banerjee a few days ago and wished her a speedy recovery. Shah said, “God knows how Didi got hurt.”

Mamata Banerjee was injured during the election campaign in Nandigram on March 10. After that she was admitted in SSKM for two days. She started campaigning in a wheelchair again from March 14. Since then, the Trinamool leader has been participating in the election campaign by sitting in a wheelchair.
 

Mamata Banerjee was injured during the election campaign in Nandigram on March 10. After that she was admitted in SSKM for two days. She started campaigning in a wheelchair again from March 14. Since then, the Trinamool leader has been participating in the election campaign by sitting in a wheelchair.
 

Election to the 294-member West Bengal assembly will be held in eight phases that will begin from March 27. The results will be declared on May 2. 
 

Election to the 294-member West Bengal assembly will be held in eight phases that will begin from March 27. The results will be declared on May 2. 
 

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