PM Modi takes a dig at West Bengal CM Mamata Banarjee

Haldia, 7/2 (AO Bureau) Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a tour of West Bengal today. During this, while addressing the public meeting in Haldia, the Prime Minister also mentioned the Uttarakhand incident. He said, ‘Such families are difficult to meet in Uttarakhand, which does not have any member in the army. That is, the spirits of the people there can beat any disaster. I am praying for the people there, Bengal is praying, the country is praying.

PM Modi said, ‘Due to the breaking of a glacier, the water level of the river rose there. Reports of loss are coming slowly. I am in constant touch with the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, the Home Minister of the Government of India, and the officials of the NDRF. Today we are at one end of Maa Ganga. But the state of Uttarakhand, which is the origin of Mother Ganga, is facing a disaster at this time.


PM Modi said, ‘If you ask Didi about her rights in Bengal, she gets angry. Even chanting slogans of Bharat Mata ki Jai, she gets angry. But no matter how much poison those who speak against the country spew, Didi does not get angry.

PM Modi said that in 2011 the entire nation’s eyes were on Bengal. The shabby fort of violence and corruption of the Left was on the verge of collapse. At that time Mamata didi promised change from Bengal. His promise caught the attention of the whole country, people trusted him. Bengal was looking forward to Mamta but she got ruthlessness.

First Congress-ruled, then corruption dominated. Then the Left’s rule lasted for a long time, with corruption, increasing atrocities, and putting a brake on the development itself.

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