Amit Shah’s stance on Mamata said, “Nothing will be done by going to the temple now”


Kolkata: Allegations against all the parties continue between the West Bengal assembly elections. BJP leader and Home Minister Amit Shah has played the ‘Hindu card’ before April 10 for the fourth phase election. He has also accused Mamata Banerjee of appeasement. Amit Shah has said that TMC leader Mamata Banerjee will no longer benefit from going to the temple.

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Home Minister Amit Shah said that going to the temple, reciting mantras is one thing and talking about vote bank is different. Mamata Banerjee is still appealing to Muslim voters to come with me. I do not believe it is democratically justified. At the same time, Shah said that nothing is going to happen now by going to the temple. Amit Shah said that both urban and rural areas are receiving positive response. I think when the results come, then the figure of 200, it will be more than that.

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Amit Shah said that Bengal has a lot of influence in this election. The citizen living in Kolkata is also worried that what will happen to Kolkata after 10 years if the infiltration does not stop. Infiltration is no longer just the problem of North Bengal. They have come up to Howrah and 24 Parganas. The reason for the infiltration is being seen as a vote bank.

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