BJP national President Amit Shah on Thursday accused the Mamata Banerjee government of unleashing violence in West Bengal and said the government will go out of power soon.
“Soon Mamata didi will go out of power because in democracy a govt which perpetuates atrocities on its people doesn’t last long. Under Mamata didi’s watch more than 20 BJP karyakartas have been killed. The blood of these innocent karyakartas will not go in vain,” Shah wrote on Twitter.
After addressing a public meeting in Bengal Purulia district, Amit Shah took to Twitter and wrote, Mamata Banerjee government has failed on all fronts, adding only goons have flourished under the Trinamool Congress (TMC).
“Mamata govt has failed on all fronts & people don’t have access to even basic facilities like clean drinking water, electricity & ration. No development has taken place for the common people but only goons of TMC have flourished,” Shah tweeted.
The BJP president alleged that Left and TMC has tarnished the image of Bengal.
”First Left and now TMC’s rule has tarnished the image of Bengal. Violence has never been the culture of Bengal. It has been a land of stalwarts like Ramakrishna Paramhans, Swami Vivekananda, Tagore, Bose and Syama Prasad Mookerji,” Shah wrote.
The BJP president expressed hope that BJP will be the next Bengal government in 2019, adding the saffron party will win maximum number of seats in the upcoming 2019 Lok Sabha election.
“2019 Lok Sabha election is going to lay the foundation of next government in West Bengal. There is no doubt that in 2019, Bharatiya Janata Party is going to be the largest party in West Bengal and will win maximum number of Lok Sabha seats.
Urging the people of Bengal to uproot Mamata government, Shah said BJP can bring actual development in the state.
“A govt which doesn’t even spare rice allocated for the poor of the state has no right to stay in power. I urge the people of Bengal and our karyakartas to uproot the present TMC govt and bring BJP to power, which can do actual development in Bengal,” the BJP president tweeted.