Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee warns of ‘autocracy’ ahead of 2024 election


Mamata Banerjee, who was talking at a TMC youth wing rally, cautioned {that a} third time period for the BJP would make sure the nation faces an “autocratic” rule.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday stated that the BJP may conduct the Lok Sabha polls in December itself, claiming that every one choppers have been booked by the saffron occasion for campaigning. Mamata Banerjee, who was talking at a TMC youth wing rally, cautioned {that a} third time period for the BJP would make sure the nation faces an “autocratic” rule.

The chief minister additionally blamed some folks engaged in “unlawful activities” for the unlawful firecracker manufacturing unit blasts which have occurred within the state. She alleged that this was being performed “with support from a few police personnel”.

“If BJP returns to power for the third consecutive term, the nation would face an autocratic rule. I am apprehensive that they (BJP) could hold the Lok Sabha elections in December itself or in January next year,” she stated. 

“The saffron party has already turned our country into a nation in the throes of animosity among communities. If they return to power, it will make our country a nation of hatred,” she stated.

The basic elections are due in 2024. The BJP has “already booked all choppers” to marketing campaign within the Lok Sabha polls in order that no different political occasion can use these for canvassing, Mamata Banerjee claimed.

Speaking in regards to the blast at an unlawful firecracker manufacturing unit in West Bengal’s North 24 Parganas district on Sunday morning during which 9 folks have been killed, the CM stated: “Some people are engaged in illegal activities, and a few police personnel are supporting this.

“The majority of policemen are doing their obligation with utmost sincerity, however some are serving to such folks. They should do not forget that similar to the anti-ragging cell, we even have an anti-corruption cell in Bengal.” The TMC supremo urged those involved in the firecracker industry to start manufacturing green firecrackers.

“What is the issue in producing inexperienced firecrackers? Maybe the revenue is a bit much less, however it’s a lot safer and environment-friendly,” she said.

Mamata Banerjee also alleged that Governor CV Ananda Bose was violating constitutional norms and that she did not support his “unconstitutional actions”. “Don’t take ‘panga’ (problem) with an elected authorities,” the chief minister said, referring to CV Ananda Bose.

Mamata Banerjee said she had ended the three-decade-long CPI(M) rule in Bengal, and will now defeat the BJP in the Lok Sabha elections. Hitting out at ABVP and BJP activists who raised ‘goli maro’ slogans at Jadavpur University, Mamata Banerjee said she had instructed the police to arrest those involved in voicing hate slogans at the varsity.

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“Those elevating such slogans mustn’t overlook that is Bengal; this isn’t Uttar Pradesh,” she asserted. Reacting to Mamata Banerjee’s remarks over the general elections, CPI(M) central committee member Sujan Chakraborty said the chief minister is an expert in keeping track of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “So when she is saying so, it is likely to be that the RSS is considering on these strains,” he said.

Sujan Chakraborty said that Mamata Banerjee’s assertion could also be an attempt to mislead other political parties. “It must be seen what actually occurs,” he added.

Nilesh Desai
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