BJP MP Arjun Singh will mail 10 lakh ‘Jai Sri Ram’ postcards to Mamata Banerjee, challenges Bengal CM to arrest all senders
“She arrested 10 individuals for chanting ‘Jai Sri Ram‘. Now we’re sending her 10 lakh postcards with ‘Jai Sri Ram‘ written on them. Let her arrest all these 10 lakh individuals now,” he stated.
“If tomorrow some Muslim says ‘Allah hu Akbar‘ or some Sikh says ‘Sat Sri Akal‘, will she additionally get them arrested? Where within the Constitution and the legislation is it written that somebody who raises a spiritual slogan will probably be arrested? Is Mamata Banerjee an administrator or dictator?” he requested.
Singh alleged that Mamata was utilizing the police equipment to additional her personal pursuits.
“She has come to a level where she is using her party and also the police to harass the public. She has lost her mental balance as no stable person otherwise will engage in such activities. Barrackpore will not tolerate this kind of autocratic behaviour of Mamata Banerjee,” he stated.
On Wednesday, Mamata misplaced her cool when a bunch of males chanted “Jai Shri Ram” as her convoy was passing by Bhatpara space of North 24 Parganas district.
“These are all outsiders and BJP people. They are criminals and were abusing me. They are not from Bengal. We will take action,” she had stated after getting out of her automobile.
In the polls marred by violence in West Bengal, BJP made deep inroads into the Trinamool Congress territory, profitable 18 Lok Sabha seats and limiting the TMC to 22 seats as towards the 34 it had received within the 2014 common elections.
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