‘Didi’ backs anti-nationals, scared of changing public mood, says PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee backs anti-national, is scared of changing public mood and has betrayed people’s trust.
“Didi is scared and frustrated. She backs anti-national. You trusted her too much but she betrayed your trust,” Modi said it while addressing a rally at West Bengal’s Cooch Behar on Sunday.
PM Narendra Modi said he is being “abused in political circles”. “I am being abused in the political circles. The way Mamata Banerjee is campaigning for the elections, it is also quite obvious that she is very scared,” he said.
Modi said Mamata Banerjee “insulted” the country when she supported the ones who raised slogans such as ‘Bharat ke tukde tukde’ (pieces of the country).
“The promise of ‘Ma Maati Maanush’ is on one hand and the truth of TMC on the other hand. For vote bank politics, Didi forgot ‘Ma’ and sided with those who raise slogans of ‘Bharat ke tukde tukde’. This is an insult to ‘Ma’. Didi has to be exposed to the world,” Modi said.
PM Narendra Modi said the BJP government at the Centre introduced the Citizenship Bill and made commendable effort to provide protection to the people.
“Your Chowkidar brought the Citizenship Amendment bill. Our effort was to provide protection to the children of Mother India, who have faith in the country,” he said.
Launching another strike on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee just after doing the same a few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said she is scared of the change in public mood.
He also accused her of halting all developmental projects in the State.
Addressing the rally the Prime Minister said: “Speed-breaker didi is running scared as she knows that people’s mood has changed,”
He described her as a “speed-breaker didi” while accusing her of stalling all development projects in the state.
Referring to a temporary structure built at the venue of his rally, the Prime Minister said that the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC government in West Bengal had made all attempts to stop the people from coming to attend the rally.
“This construction is an indicator of Didi’s defeat. This construction has been done to reduce the space for you to stand. One cannot win elections with such childish acts,” he said. He added that the huge crowd which had gathered to hear him speak was also testimony to Didi’s impending defeat in the state.
Modi said she was aware that she was going to be defeated and venting her anger on the officials of her government. “She is venting her anger and is attacking her officials as well as the Election Commission. The way she is attacking the Election Commission shows how scared she is on her home turf.”
“People of the state have shown her the mirror and have expressed a desire to free themselves from her despotic rule. They are tired of the state being overrun by Trinamool Congress goons and are seeking an alternative for further development in the state,” he said as chants of ‘Modi Modi’ rent the air.
“The poorest of the poor now have bank passbooks and debit cards. The BJP government has made it possible. Gas connections, mobile phones and the internet have found their way into every household due to our efforts. The Centre has also sanctioned crores of rupees for the development of Coochbehar,” he said.
The prime minister attacked Mamata Banerjee saying she had a problem with each and every achievement of the BJP government at the Centre, as he referred to the Balakot air strikes after the terror attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama in February.
“Didi is now joining hands with people who want two prime ministers in the country. Should the country have two prime ministers?” the Prime Minister said while referring to a recent statement by National Conference chief Omar Abdullah that the post of prime minister would be revived in Jammu and Kashmir.