Sunday, October 2, 2022

Mamta Banerjee Nandigram accident: Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary told planned gimmick

New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said she was injured after being attacked by some people in Nandigram, while West Bengal Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chaudhary accused her of ‘political hypocrisy’ (hypocrisy) and from the assembly elections First called ‘Nautanki’ (Natyashastra) to gain sympathy from the public.

According to the news agency ANI, before the election, she (Mamata Banerjee) has planned a ‘Nautanki’ (drama) in Nandigram. It is a ‘political pandemonium’ to gain sympathy. He said how could it be possible that there was no policeman around when he was attacked.

Chaudhary claimed, “He is not just the Chief Minister, he is also the ‘Minister of Police’. No one can believe that there was no policeman with the ‘Police Minister’ of Bengal. When the police put up a security cordon in Nandigram It was unbelievable to claim that the Chief Minister was pushed by some youth.

The Lok Sabha MP said that Mamta had been resorting to theatricality since she was defeated in the state. He said, “The state police minister is saying that he was attacked, it can be used to assess the law and order situation for the common people of Bengal.” She is trying to play with people’s feelings. “

Interestingly, Anand Sharma of Congress expressed concern over this incident and wished the CM to get well soon. Sharma said in a post on the social media platform Twitter, “Worried over the physical attack on Mamata Banerjee and the injuries she suffered. Hatred and violence are unacceptable in a democracy and should be condemned. ”

Mamta said earlier on Wednesday that she was injured after being pushed by some unknown people in Nandigram. The incident took place in the Birulia region when the Chief Minister concluded his campaign in Nandigram and was returning to Punpara.


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