Mamata Banerjee referred today to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comment that she was searching for a second constituency to run from because she is concerned about Nandigram.
“I am not your party member, so please do not recommend that I run for another seat.” “I contested from Nandigram and will win from there,” Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said at a rally the day after the Prime Minister’s remarks.
PM Modi had asked Mamata Banerjee on Thursday to “clarify” if “rumors” that she was planning to file nomination papers in another constituency were true?
“Didi left Bhawanipore (her Kolkata constituency) for Nandigram. She then realized she had made a mistake by moving here. Didi is compelled to spend three days in Nandigram “At a rally, he said.
“Is it valid, Didi, that you are preparing to file your candidacy from a separate constituency? You first went to Nandigram, where people gave you a response. People in Bengal will be happy to give you the correct answer if you go anywhere else.”
Mamata Banerjee, who was trapped in a confrontation between the Trinamool and the BJP at a polling booth in Nandigram yesterday, also went after Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
She accuses him of rigging polls and using central powers to harass voters in Nandigram, where her BJP opponent is Suvendu Adhikari, a former aide.
“I’d like to remind the Prime Minister that he could first control his Home minister before attempting to control us. You would not be able to monitor us because we are not members of your party “The Chief Minister said.
Her Trinamool Congress party reacted angrily to the PM’s remarks yesterday. “Nandigram is won by Didi. The possibility of her fighting from a different seat isn’t considered. With the conclusion of the nomination process in West Bengal, Narendra Modi Ji, please abandon your attempts to fool the public. In 2024, search for a more comfortable seat because you’ll be checked in Varanasi “Trinamool Congress sent out a tweet.