Mamata Didi has issues with ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan: PM Modi in Jaynagar

Mamata Didi has issues with ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan: PM Modi in Jaynagar

On Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public meeting in Jaynagar. He made several sharp comments on the opposition Trinamool Congress and its supremo Mamata Banerjee. PM Modi’s comments came amid the ongoing voting for the second phase of assembly elections in West Bengal.

While replying to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s cool cool comment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “Now, I am listening to Didi saying – ‘cool, cool’. Didi, Trinamool is not cool, it is a ‘shool’. Trinamool is a ‘shool’ that gave unbearable pain to people of Bengal.”

Last week Banerjee wrote a letter to as many as 15 opposition parties and asked for a united and effective struggle against BJP.

PM Modi slammed Banerjee’s letter and said, “She wrote a letter to many leaders of the country for help. Didi is seeking support from those whom she considers as outsiders and tourists and didn’t give time for a meeting.”

Modi underscored that the Trinamool Congress supremo has issues with Jai Shri Ram slogan. PM stated, “Mamata Didi has issues with ‘Jai Shri Ram’ slogan. Entire Bengal knows it. Didi has issues with Durga idol immersion. Entire Bengal knows it. Didi has now problems with vermillion and saffron cloth. Didi’s men now call chotiwalas as rakshasas.”

PM Modi said that if Mamata didi wants to abuse him, she can, but Modi will never allow Banerjee to abuse people’s devotion and the identity of Ram Krishna Paramhans, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, and Swami Vivekananda.

PM also responded to TMC’s objections on his Bangladesh visit. Modi said that he is not one to show reverence at temples seasonally.

Voting for the second phase of the West Bengal Assembly election began at 7am and is currently underway. According to PM Modi, Banerjee’s frustration has grown after the first phase of voting that took place on March 27. Modi has exuded confidence and said that BJP will get more than 200 seats in Bengal.

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