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Return BJP to power at the Centre with maximum seats from Bengal : Shah


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Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday gave a clarion call to the people of Bengal to return the BJP to power at the Centre with maximum seats from the state.

Addressing a rally here, Shah said, ” Give the party such a mandate from the state that Prime Minister Narendra Modi can say with pride that he has become the PM for the third time because of Bengal. ”

” Despite mass rigging indulged in by the ruling Trinamool Congress, the BJP won 77 seats in 2021 Assembly election and 18 seats in 2019 Lok Sabha election, ” Shah said and exhorted the people of Bengal to bring the BJP in power in 2026 Assembly poll with two-third majority.

Taking a potshot at Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Shah said she is always ready to derail any development project of the Prime Minister, he said, ” In my entire political career, I’ve seen so many Ministers have gone to jail on corruption charges as what happened in Bengal. ”

Accusing Banerjee of “destroying” the state, Shah also alleged that infiltration is still on the rise in Bengal.

” Citizenship (Amendment) Act is the country’s law, and none can stop it and we will implement it, ” Shah asserted.

He also charged the Trinamool syndicate with not allowing vast sum of money sent by PM Modi to reach poor of Bengal.

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