Mamata blames BJP of playing divisive politics, Yogi terms TMC responsible for hooliganism

Last Modified Saturday, 3 April 2021 (17:32 IST)
Uluberia: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and leader Yogi Adityanath on Saturday alleged the Trinamool (TMC) goons have made Bengal a land of hooliganism and anarchy.
Addressing a roadshow here in Howrah district, Mr Adityanath said, Bengal is a land of nation's cultural nationalism but goons have made this land of hooliganism and anarchy.
"This is the land of (Swami) Vivekananda, Rabindranath (Tagore), Syama Prasad (Mookerjee) which has inspired the entire country. But now it is the land of TMC-promoted goons and 'tolabaaj'(extortionists).
 
TMC and front have changed the atmosphere and made it a victim of appeasement. Trends show that BJP will form government with majority.
 
Mr Adityanath criticised the Trinamool Congress dispensation in for not implementing various schemes of the central government.
 
“I think the days of Mamata didi's government are numbered. The people of the state have made up their mind in voting them out of power,” he added.
 
Mr Adityanath holds a roadshow here ahead of the third phase of West Bengal Polls, scheduled on April 6.
 
Mamata accuses BJP of playing "divisive" politics
 
Raidighi: West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee on Saturday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of playing "divisive" politics in the state.
 
Addressing a public meeting here, Ms Banerjee said, BJP has incentivised All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) and Indian Secular Front (ISF) to play a part in the same.
 
The TMC supremo called upon Muslims not to "fall in the trap of a BJP-aided party from Hyderabad and its Bengal ally that are out to polarise votes."
 
"They had been given money by BJP to divide Hindus and Muslims. If you do not want to be divided, if you do not want NRC then do not vote for them," Ms Banerjee said.
 
The chief minister claimed that if elected to power in the state, the BJP will implement the Citizenship (Amendment) Act and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), forcing 'many citizens to leave.
 
She said, "If you want Mamata, vote for TMC. It is not Delhi election but Bengal's election."
The chief minister said sitting Raidighi MLA and actor Debasree Roy joined the BJP after not getting a party ticket from the seat.“We don't involve such opportunists in our party,” the TMC supremo said.
 
Ms Banerjee said there has been infrastructural development in Sunderbans. The state government has taken an initiative to provide egg meal at Rs 5 and women involved in SHGs in the region are involved in it
 
Ms Banerjee promised to bring water to every household in Raidighi.The chief minister said, "free medical treatment in government hospitals and private nursing homes too will be started."
(UNI)