‘TMC banks on illegal immigrants’ votes,’ claims Amit Shah on Mamata’s outsider barb


‘TMC banks on illegal immigrants’ votes:- Mamata Banerjee has been terming the BJP management as ‘outsider’ in West Bengal and accusing the saffron occasion of bringing in goons from different states throughout the ongoing Assembly elections.

Amit Shah talking to media in West Bengal’s Santipur. ANI

Launching a scathing assault on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over her outsider barb towards him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday alleged that the Trinamool Congress banks on the votes of unlawful immigrants.

He mentioned not solely the TMC however even the Left relies on an “imported ideology” (communism) from Russia and China and the Congress is run by management from  Italy.

“Am I an outsider? Am I not a citizen of this country? Didi also calls the prime minister an outsider. Let me tell you Didi who are outsiders. You have very little knowledge. “The communists have imported their ideology from China and Russia. The Congress’s management is from outdoors — Italy. And the TMC’s vote financial institution is unlawful immigrants. I used to be born on this nation and can flip into ashes on this land. How can I be an outsider?” Shah told an election rally in Nagrakata town in Jalpaiguri district.

Banerjee has been terming the BJP leadership as “outsider” in West Bengal and accusing the saffron party of bringing in goons from other states during the ongoing
assembly elections. “Mamata cannot deceive the individuals of this state for lengthy and the BJP’s CM shall be a son of the soil,” he said.

Observing that Banerjee, who has demanded his resignation over the Cooch Behar killings, will instead have to put in her papers on May 2, Shah said, “This election is not about my resignation, however of yours (Banerjee’s).”

Four persons were killed in CISF firing in Sitalkuchi in Cooch Behar district during the fourth phase of polling on 10 April. He alleged that while the chief minister has not increased the wages of the tea garden workers, she has been regularly “abusing” Modi as “son of a tea vendor”.

He promised to give citizenship to all refugees, which he alleged that Banerjee has failed to do to “appease her vote financial institution of unlawful immigrants”.

Shah said that an AIIMS will be established in north Bengal if the BJP comes to power in the state. “Modiji has give you 115 schemes for West Bengal,
whereas Didi has given 115 scams to the state,” he said. He said that the Left, Congress or TMC cannot stop illegal immigration as “they see their vote financial institution in them”.
“West Bengal has become unsafe. The day just isn’t far when Kolkata can even face the issues of unlawful immigration,” he said at another rally in Bidhannagar seat
near the metropolis.

In his first rally of the day at Darjeeling, Shah assured that the double-engine BJP government will bring a political solution to the long-drawn “Gorkha downside” in the Hills. “I promise {that a} everlasting political resolution to the Gorkha downside shall be reached by the double-engine authorities of the BJP. You is not going to must resort to agitations anymore,” he said.

The Union minister, however, did not specify which problem he was referring to. Gorkhas have long been demanding a separate state, and several movements have been launched by the community over the years, the latest being in 2017.

Contending that Gorkhas are the pride of India, Shah said that no one can cause them any harm. “There is not any plan to implement National Register of Citizens (NRC) for now. Even if the train is carried out, Gorkhas need not fear about it,” he asserted.

Shah alleged that Banerjee has “put a full cease” to the event work in Darjeeling.

Banerjee has not but held any marketing campaign for the three meeting seats within the Hills, set to go to polls on 17 April.