Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said that the people of West Bengal have decided to give a farewell to the Mamata Banerjee led TMC government and usher a double engine BJP government on May 2.
PM Modi said in the last four phases poll for 145 seats, half of the people of the state has already thrown out “Didi” as they hit sixes like in cricket during vote.
“It is decided that the people will give a farewell to Didi on May 2,” the day the results for the 294 seats to be declared, he said.
“Didi’s Khela is understood by Bengal people. Didi knows if she goes from here, she will never come back. In Nandigram, Didi is clean-bowled. In Bengal, Didi’s inning is over. Didi’s plan failed,” PM Modi said.
Addressing electioneering at Talit Sai Centre here for the BJP candidates he said ” Bengal doesn’t need Didi’s administration any more after having experienced the acidic ten years misrule.”
Lashing out at the TMC government for its alleged extortion of the common people, syndicate raj and cut money policies everywhere, Modi said ” Didi’s people abuse even Bengal’s SC community and call them beggars.”
“Baba Saheb’s soul would be hurt by hearing such bitter words. Didi calls herself ‘Royal Bengal Tiger’. Such comments on SCs cannot be given by any TMC leader without Didi’s will,” PM Modi said amid chanting of Jay Shree Ram from the massive audience in the open air.
He also criticised the TMC government for allegedly syphoning funds, meant for different poverty alleviation projects including money for Amphan victims and rations during the Covid situation, PM Modi assured the people that the BJP would provide a clean government, which would serve every section of the people.
“Didi has not understood your pain. BJP will provide pure water to people of Bengal,” PM said as he accused the TMC regime of failing to deliver clean piped drinking water to the rural Burdwan.
He said the district is known for its richness of growing superfine paddy and also called the rice bowl of Bengal but the basic amenities of the people were not provided since the independence.
The fifth and sixth phases of the West Bengal Assembly elections will take place on April 17 and April 22, respectively.