Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee Loses Cool At Public Rally Again
Kolkata: Even as electioneering is yet to gain heat in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee seems to be losing her cool rapidly.
Speaking at a rally, Mamata got angry as a section of the crowd urged for more developmental works in the state. “The BJP purposefully plants people to disrupt my rallies. The dates of the election will be announced in a couple of days. Now I cannot do so many things and for that, people do not want to vote for the Trinamool Congress, I am not bothered,” she rebuffed.
However, her nephew Abhishek, who was also present at the rally of the people from SC, ST, and OBC, pacified the crowd and said all their demands will be fulfilled.
Taking a jibe at the BJP, Abhishek said the saffron party is playing ‘communal’ politics and is not worried about the ‘well-being’ of the people.
“The BJP is selling the country and destroying the democratic fabric of Bengal by sending outsiders. The Matua community and other tribal people were present at the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Ram temple in Ayodhya but the BJP didn’t entertain them. The BJP is only concerned about votes and is trying to connect with people for the upcoming election,” said the TMC MP of Diamond Harbour.
It may be noted that in a similar incident at a rally in Purulia last month, Mamata had lost her temper when some people started shouting in support of their demands.