Eknath Shinde government immoral and undemocratic, will fall soon: Mamata | India News – Times of India

Kolkata: Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee Described the new Maharashtra government headed by on Monday Eknath Shinde as “immoral and undemocratic” and claimed that it would soon collapse as it “failed to win the hearts of the people”.
to dig BJPHe alleged that it has misused the power of money and muscle power and central agencies to topple an elected government in Maharashtra.
The Trinamool Congress supremo alleged that Shiv Sena MLAs were taken to Assam and “supplied not only money but many other things as well”.
However, he did not elaborate on his allegations.
“I believe this (Maharashtra) government will not continue because BJP has misused its power. It is an immoral and undemocratic government. They may have formed the government, but they have not won the hearts of the people. ” Banerjee Said while speaking at a conference organized by a television channel.
The speech was broadcast live on the CM’s Facebook page.
He said, “I have seen so many governments, but have never seen such vendetta (BJP-ruled Centre). When (in Maharashtra) there was an elected government, why did the BJP bring it down by using money, muscle power and ED.” CBI?” he said.
“Where did you get the money to give such a luxurious life to the MLAs of Maharashtra in Assam? How many things were given to them, not only money…Go and find out. I know…but sometimes silence was golden I know what they can do…I can’t give details.”
Banerjee had also said in 2024 Lok Sabha Elections, the common people of the country will “bulldozer the BJP”.
“In the 2024 elections, people will vote not to vote but to oppose. It will be an election to reject the BJP. People will be bulldozing for you (BJP). You are going to bulldoze people with your coercive abuse of power. Yes, you can bulldoze democracy. But in the next election it will be the people of the country versus the BJP. The common man will bulldoze the BJP in a democratic way.”
on Union Home Minister Amit ShahBJP’s claim of ending “dynastic rule” in Telangana and West Bengal, Banerjee said in an apparent reference to Shah’s son Jay Shah becoming the BCCI secretary, “When one becomes the top boss of the BCCI, there is a need for dynastic politics.” It doesn’t matter. It has been mentioned only by mentioning people fighting at the grassroots level. In all sports, you have occupied all the top positions.”
Referring to his nephew and party’s national general secretary Abhishek Banerjee, he said there was no harm in bringing the next generation into politics as they would run the country in future.
“What’s the harm? People have elected him (Abhishek) twice. Don’t you want the younger generation to rule the country? In the Banerjee family, everyone is in politics, but no one has any position. It’s like this. There are many families (who are in politics) in the country,” she said.
Banerjee rubbished allegations of post-poll violence in West Bengal and claimed that no such incident had taken place in the state after the assembly elections last year.
“Nothing happened. Twenty-one people were killed before the assembly elections when President’s rule was imposed in the state under the Election Commission. Four people were shot dead by the BSF. And 16 of the dead were TMC supporters.
“If there is any report of electoral violence in West Bengal, the Center sends all human rights commissions, but when there is violence in BJP-ruled Tripura before and after elections, no questions are raised,” he said.
He alleged that the Center only encourages “BJP-minded people” to invest in the country.
“Modi government only encourages investment from BJP-minded people, who has money with whom and from where they get money. That’s the fundamental difference between us and them – our interest is to build industry wherever there is an opportunity.” More than 1 lakh industrialists have left the country. It is a matter of shame,” Banerjee said.
On Banerjee’s government seeking investment from industrialists like Adani and Ambani, he said, “Politics and industry are different. If we have to grow, we have to share the fruits for all. Adani Group is building a data bank and Mukesh Ambani’s Group A cable landing station is here. Opportunities come from every corner.”