Kolkata: Countering Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress’ popular slogan “Khela Hobe”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday trained guns at the West Bengal chief minister countering her with politics of developments, instead of unabated violence.
“Didi bole khela hobe, BJP bole chaakri hobe. Didi bole khela hobe, BJP bole vikas hobe. Didi bole khela hobe, BJP bole shiksha hobe….Khela shesh hobe, Didi ar vikas aarambho hobe, (Didi says there will be a game but BJP says there will be employment generation, development and education. Didi’s match will come to an end and the process of development will start in Bengal),” Modi said at an election rally in Purulia.
Modi also took a dig at the issues like drinking water crisis, rampant corruption and violence across the state by the ruling Trinamool Congress in the past 10-years.
“People of Bengal want an answer from Mamata Didi. This government has robbed people of its rights in the name appeasement. It has neglected the issues of Other Backward Class (OBC) communities. The state government has also encouraged coal and sand mafias in running syndicate raj across Bengal,” he said.
Optimistic about Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s electoral win, he said that the people of Bengal would resist the misrule of Trinamool in the forthcoming state assembly polls this time.
Braving high mercury, hundreds of sloganeering BJP supporters, armed with party’s flags, caps and posters, came to attend the Modi rally that was held at Bhangra More in Purulia district on Thursday.
“The countdown for the end of the Trinamool government has begun. Now no more fear. Our target is to only secure electoral victory…Didi has received leg injury. I’m concerned about that. I pray so that’ she gets well soon,” he said, wishing Mamata Banerjee a speedy recovery.
Earlier, the state unit of BJP had dubbed Mamata’s Nandigram incident a sheer ‘drama’ to win voters’ sentiment in the seat.