Kolkata, 7/3 (Ao Bureau) : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has organized a ‘Padayatra’ on Sunday to protest against the rising fuel prices. During this time, he has retaliated against the allegations of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At the same time, in the upcoming Assembly Election, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been accused of votes in exchange for notes. The special thing is that PM Modi is also in Bengal. He is addressing the people of Bengal at the Brigade Parade Ground in the historic Kolkata Brigade Parade Ground.
During the program on Sunday, CM Banerjee said, ‘Change will happen in Delhi, not in Bengal.’ She has denied the BJP’s allegations about women’s safety in the state. He also questioned the situation of women in other states. The CM said, ‘They say that women in Bengal are not safe at all, but look at Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and other states.’ He said ‘women are safe in Bengal’. The BJP has been accusing the Trinamool government of violence.
During this time, Banerjee also made accusations of distributing notes to the BJP in gestures. They said ‘Khela Hobe, we are ready to play. He has openly challenged the BJP. He said ‘I am ready to face it. If they want to buy votes, then you should vote for TMC by taking money from them. CM has decided to contest from Nandigram seat in the upcoming assembly elections. From this seat, BJP’s Subhendu officials can also enter the electoral fray.