‘Uproot jungle raj of Trinamool’ : Amit Shah
West Bengal

‘Uproot jungle raj of Trinamool’ : Amit Shah

Agency News

Raigunj/Kalimpong, Apr 11: Giving a clarion call to uproot Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Government's 'jungle raj', BJP national president Amit Shah on Thursday categorically stated that the countdown of the Bengal Government has already started.
Addressing an election rally here at Raigunj, Mr Shah said, ' The so called Ma Mati Manush government is devoid of Ma and now filled with infiltrators. '
' The infiltrators will have to be shunted out as we are going to bring the NRC in Bengal once we are voted back to power, ' he commented.
Commenting on why Mamata Banerjee was so 'soft' on the infiltrators, Mr Shah said, ' The present dispensation in the state is indulging in appeasement. '
' All the factories have been closed leading to abysmal rise of unemployment coupled with non-utilisation of development fund disbursed by the Centre. All the fund are being siphoned off to the syndicate and the infiltrators, ' he mentioned.
' Rabindra Sangeet in Bengal is yielding to 'bombing', ' he said, adding, ' As the burnt transformer needs to be changed, so also the Trinamool Government, which is like a burnt transformer and needs a change on war-footing. '
Earlier, at a rally in the hills of Kalimpong, he said, ' Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led NDA Government has always been with the Gorkha community for their overall uplift. '
Mr Shah said, ' Our Government is always with the Gorkhas all over the country as committed by the Prime Minister earlier in an election rally at Siliguri in Darjeeling district on April three. '
' We are committed to extending citizenship to all the refugees in the region of the hills, Terai and Dooars. Those who have encroached upon our territory, that is an infiltrator, would be shunted out from here, ' he asserted.
Lampooning the ' Mahagothbandhan' for which Trinamool Supremo Mamata Banerjee has been campaigning to garner votes, Mr Shah asked Ms Banerjee to specify the constituents of this 'Mahagothbandhan'.
Describing the 'Mahagothbandhan' as 'shallow', Mr Shah averred that it was meant to 'befool' the people, who have already made up their minds to end the rule of the Trinamool Government in Bengal.
'This Mamata Banerjee-led Government has virtually done nothing for the development of the state and everything has come to a standstill, be it new industry or any other business. The tea garden workers are being subject to oppression by the present dispensation in the state for which the industry is being neglected since long.'
Coming down heavily on the 'Syndicate Raj' in the state, he said, ' Sheer lawlessness is ruling the roost in the state and there's not even a semblance of a system. '
' Out of desperation, the Trinamool workers are resorting to attacking BJP activists, ' he said, adding, ' We are always by the side of the poor and the labourers and we will always remain so. '