Smriti Irani targeted Mamata Banerjee, saying, “Gundaraj will not work in Bengal anymore …”


Bengal’s politics has become even more heated after the death of 85-year-old Shobha Mazumdar of BJP worker Gopal Majumdar, who was injured in the alleged attack on TMC workers. Home Minister Amit Shah attacked Mamata Banerjee for this attack and now Union Minister Smriti Irani has reacted sharply. The BJP has also submitted a memorandum to the Governor requesting a strict inquiry on the culprits.

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‘Gundaraj will not run in Bengal’: Union Minister Smriti Irani has warned CM Mamata Banerjee that ‘Gundaraj will not run in Bengal anymore’. Reacting to the incident, Smriti Irani said, an 80-year-old woman in West Bengal was brutally killed by TMC goons. His fault was that his son and his family were supporters of the BJP. The daughter is a BJP worker. People of West Bengal are warning Mamata Banerjee that TMC will no longer run Gundaraj in Bengal.

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Memorandum submitted to the Governor: Where it was learned that a BJP delegation met the Governor in this matter. BJP leaders have appealed to the Governor to hand over the memorandum, a strict inquiry on those responsible for the death of 85-year-old Shobha Mazumdar. It is also being said that the alleged TMC activists had badly attacked and injured Shobha Majumdar, who lived in Namita area of ​​North Parganas district, a month earlier. He died on Monday.

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