Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that West Bengal binds India with the spirit of Vande Mataram, but Mamata Banerjee terms us as outsiders.
Speaking at a public rally in West Bengal’s East Midnapore, PM Modi said, “Bengal needs peace and freedom from violence, the spirit of Vande Mataram binds Indians but didi terms us as outsiders. No Indian is an outsider on this land.”
“The financial support for farmers was stopped by the Trinamool Congress Government. This is very crucial for the first time voters and youth aged around 25 in Bengal. They have a responsibility to build the future and BJP Government will provide education, development and jobs in the state,” said the prime Minister.
West Bengal Assembly Election will be held in eight phases starting from March 27 with the final round of voting taking place on April 29. The counting of votes will take place on May 2.