‘Not just another election’: Mamata Banerjee attacks opposition BJP during rallies in North Bengal

West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee is busy participating in road shows and rallies in her state just like every other political leader. Recently she rallied in North Bengal where she made a strong statement.

She said, India will lose her independence and will have to witness dictatorship if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) comes to power by winning the upcoming Lok Sabha election. The Trinamool Congress (TMC) chairperson made this remark while addressing the voters on Monday at two back-to-back rallies in north Bengal.

Banerjee targeted the opposition party BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi at both rallies while describing that the 2024 general elections as “a war for independence.” “If you want to see the nation remain independent, then say BJP hatao, desh bachao (oust BJP, save the nation). This is the slogan of this election. Their one nation, one election means there will be no more elections, no federal structure, no state governments. If this government stays, they will form a dictatorial state. One leader, one nation is their goal. The nation has to think the way he (the leader) thinks,” Banerjee said at Cooch Behar Lok Sabha constituency which had a majority of BJP votes during the 2019 general elections.

Banerjee kept on reminding the voters of the past achievements that the TMC has done under their rule in the state of West Bengal. “This is not just another election. India has realised that. You have to understand as well. This is a war for independence.”
“The nation is in a dangerous situation. As the election approaches, they (BJP) might create another mock war. They are ready to trigger riots as well. They will go to any extent,” Banerjee added.

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