Mamata Banerjee and Shubhendu Adhikari are face to face in Nandigram assembly seat in Bengal elections.
West Bengal Assembly Elections: Attacking the Chief Minister, Shuvendu Adhikari said that Begum suddenly changed and started going around the temples because she is afraid of defeat.
Kolkata. Accusing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in West Bengal Assembly Election on religious appeasement, BJP candidate from Nandigram Shubhendu Adhikari said that Begum (Mamata Banerjee) has a habit of calling Eid Mubarak on Eid. Today on Holi too says Happy Holi. The Bharatiya Janata Party candidate and a former minister in the TMC government warned the voters that if he votes for Begum, Bengal will become a mini-Pakistan.
Shubhendu Adhikari said that Mamta Banerjee says Eid Mubarak on Eid and it has been in her habit. So even on Holi, she said to people Happy Holi. Do not vote for Begum. If you vote for Begum, it will become a mini Pakistan. Begum does not know anyone except Sufiyan. Adhikari made this comment in Khodambari 2 of Nandigram, where CM Mamata Banerjee addresses the public meeting at some distance from here.
Attacking the Chief Minister, Adhikari said that Begum suddenly changed and started making rounds of temples as she feared defeat.
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Both Mamta and Shubhendu are making personal attacks on each other. In Nandigram, these two are face to face, where the voting is to be held on Thursday. While Shubhendu is playing on the sentiments of Hindu voters, he is exposing the Mamata government’s alleged appeasement policies. The TMC chief has described the Adhikari as a traitor and said that he is taking help from “goons of Uttar Pradesh”.