West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday asked the people of the country to raise their voice on the “torture of BJP” and blamed the BJP of attempting to form a divide between Bengalis and non-Bengalis in the state.
“The BJP is trying to create a Bengali, non-Bengali divide in the state. They want to destroy the communal harmony in the state. I hate a party like BJP. I would urge the people of this country to raise their voice against communal divide,” Banerjee said.
She took part in the protest held outside Naihati Municipality on Thursday against the alleged violence committed by BJP after the poll results announced.
“More than 400 Bengali families have been rendered homeless by goons of the BJP. I will not spare the goons,” she said.
She said, “We will not tolerate it. We will take action against them. Banerjee asked party cadres to form ‘Banga Janani Bahini’ and ‘Jai Hind Bahini’ to counter the march of the BJP-RSS in the state.
“These two outfits will work in all the blocks of the state and will counter the BJP and the RSS.” The TMC supremo claimed that some BJP workers had verbally abused her when she was on her way to attend the rally.
“Is this democracy?”, Banerjee asked.Share this to your,