Prime Minister Modi told the biggest reason for Mamata Banerjee's fury in Bengal, know what said

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-03 16:47:23 IST

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an election public meeting in Arambagh in Hooghly on Saturday. In this address, the Prime Minister strongly targeted the Trinamool Congress government of West Bengal. The Prime Minister said that the biggest reason for Mamata Banerjee's sorrow is ...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an election public meeting in Arambagh in Hooghly on Saturday. In this address, the Prime Minister strongly targeted the Trinamool Congress government of West Bengal. The Prime Minister said that the biggest reason for Mamata Banerjee's anger is her 10-year report card. Industries have shut down in the work they have done. Investment and business prospects in the state have been closed.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said - Didi (Mamata Banerjee) 's disillusionment will increase with every phase of election. The shower of abuse will also increase in me. Didi necklace is in front of you. The biggest reason for Didi's (Mamata Banerjee) sorrow is her 10-year report card. Didi, you have done the work, then tell people ... old industries closed and new industries closed.  

The Prime Minister said that there has never been any confusion among the great people of Bengal about what Bengal wants, what to do. Hence the people of Bengal have always preferred a clear majority in the elections. The studious talents here have always followed a clear policy. People of Bengal have always passed their examinations. Fails have been those who did not fulfill the expectations of the people of Bengal, their aspirations.  

PM Modi said that now the people of Bengal have once again taken the command of change. This is the aspiration of the people of Bengal, in the proclamation of Ashol Poriborton and the vision of Shonar Bangla. We have seen a glimpse of what the results are going to be on May 2 in Nandigram two days ago. With every step of the election, this sorrow of Didi will increase, the shower of abuse on me will also increase.

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