Kolkata: As the date of assembly elections in five states is getting closer, political stirring is also increasing.
In view of the elections, particularly in Bengal, the maximum political tussle is being seen. The same thing happened on Tuesday when the Chief Minister of the state Mamata Banerjee fiercely attacked the BJP at a rally organized in Nandigram.
Chief Minister Banerjee said in this rally – some people are saying that I am an outsider. I, being a Bengali, am an outsider and you people who are from Delhi are not outsiders?
Addressing the people of Nandigram in particular, Banerjee said – If you do not want me to enroll, I will not. But if you consider me your daughter, then I will proceed to file my nomination.
Banerjee further targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said – for some people I am I am an outsider, but for them people coming from Gujarat are insiders.
He also said that – the communal card players are insulting the Nandigram movement. Divisive politics will not work in Nandigram.
Actually, Mamata Banerjee has given the statement in response to the statement of her rival Suvendu Adhikari in Nandigram seat in which she had called Mamata Banerjee as an outsider to Nandigram. Suvendu Adhikari was a minister in the Mamata Banerjee government and has recently left the TMC and joined the BJP.
Point to be noted is that Suavendu “I am a local boy of Nandigram. I am a voter there. Mamta Banerjee is an outsider. I will beat Mamata Banerjee in Nandigram. All of you,” Adhikari said Sunday during PM Modi’s rally at Kolkata’s Brigade Grounds. To believe in. “