Mend ways or get arms and legs broken or may even be killed, Bengal BJP chief warns TMC.
Kolkata :- "TMC Mens who are creating trouble should change their habits in the next six months otherwise you will have your arms, leg, ribs and head broken. You will have to take a trip to the hospital," he said.
In a shocking incident, the Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh on Sunday issued a controversial warning to supporters of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He said that they should mend their ways or they risk having their arms and legs broken and may even be killed.
"TMC Men who are creating trouble should change their habits in the next six months otherwise you will have your arms, leg, ribs and head broken. You will have to take a trip to the hospital. And if you do more than that, then you will have to go the crematorium,” Ghosh said at a rally in Haldia, reported NDTV.
The BJP leader claimed that the days of the Mamata Banerjee government are numbered. He said central forces will ensure free and fair assembly elections in the state.
“When there was Lalu Raj in Bihar, there used to be Jungle Raj, violence was a daily affair but we drove out the goons – this is called BJP Raj. We changed Jungle Raj to democracy and we want to restore democracy in West Bengal too,” Ghosh said.
“I want to make an announcement that the upcoming assembly elections will not be done under Didi police but by Dada police. Police wearing khaki dress will stay a hundred metres away from booths under the mango tree, sitting on a chair, chewing khaini and watch the vote,” he said.
Ghosh comments come just two days after Union Home Minister Amit Shah visit to Bengal. His visit was significant as the election in the Didi dominated state is due for next year.
During his visit, Home Minister had said that Banerjee was scared to see the rise of BJP in West Bengal and was, thus, deliberately restricting the Central Government welfare scheme in the state.
“The death knell for Mamata Banerjee government has been sounded. With two-thirds majority in the next Assembly Elections, BJP will form the government in West Bengal in 2021,” Shah was quoted as saying by Bengali portal The Wall.
“Mamata Banerjee is scared. She is scared that is why she is restricting the implementation of Central Government welfare schemes in Bengal. Farmers in Bengal is not getting the 6000 rupees that the centre is paying.
“The poor families are not receiving the medical insurance of Rs 5 lakh. People from marginalised communities are being denied grants for building proper homes and toilets for themselves. The State Government has restricted funds of at least 80 Central Government schemes,” Shah added.
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