Bengal Elections 2021: Didi wants election to make her nephew the next CM, says Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday addressed a public rally in Baghmundi, Bengal.

On Thursday, March 25, Union Home Minister and BJP’s star campaigner Amit Shah addressed a public rally in Baghmundi, West Bengal for upcoming legislative assembly polls.

While addressing the rally, Shah made serious allegations of nepotism on CM Mamata Banerjee and said that she wants to make her nephew the next Chief Minister of the state. He said, “Modi ji wants elections to be for your welfare. Didi wants elections as a means to make her nephew the next Chief Minister. Do you want the nephew as your CM or development in Bengal?,” as quoted by ANI.

Amit Shah further targeted both Left and TMC by saying, “Firstly, the Left did not let industries establish here, then Didi also drove industries away. Be it TMC or Left, they cannot provide employment. If you want employment, then you must vote for NDA government.”

Amit Shah also raised the problem of drinking water in Purulia and promised that BJP government will assure you fresh drinking water. He asked, “Do you get drinking water in Purulia? Mamata didi gives fluoridated water to you. Once you oust Didi from here, the BJP government will spend Rs 10,000 crores to bring fresh drinking water for you,” ANI quotes.

 

Bengal legislative assembly elections for 294 seats are scheduled to be held between 27th March to 29th April 2021 in 8 phases. The results for the same will be announced on 2nd May 2021.

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