West Bengal elections 2021: Mamata Banerjee asks voters to be on guard, fears intimidation by central forces



West bengal assembly elections 2021: chief minister of west bengal Mamata Banerjee (Mamata Banerjee), while advising voters to remain vigilant to voters, said that personnel of central paramilitary forces can reach the villages to intimidate people. Addressing a public meeting on Thursday at Balagarh in Hooghly district, Mamta alleged that the central forces were acting on the instructions of the ‘Union Home Ministry run by Amit Shah’. The Trinamool Congress president said, “I have respect for the central paramilitary forces but they are acting on the instructions of Delhi.” They persecute the villagers before the voting day. Some are harassing women. They are asking people to vote for the BJP. We will not let this happen. ”

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Mamta Banerjee said that the state police force should be vigilant and should not bow down in front of Delhi. The Chief Minister said, “Your job is to conduct a fair and free election. Please deal strictly with mischievous elements and maintain solidarity. “Advising the villagers to register an FIR at any excess of central forces in the local police station, Banerjee said,” If no FIR is lodged in the police stations. notify us.”

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Accusing the BJP of spreading lies about the implementation of Section 144 in the entire area, the Trinamool Congress president said, “They lie to spread terror.” In fact, Section 144 is installed within a 200 meter radius of a booth. But they are doing this to prevent our voters from going to the polling stations. ”He told the voters not to allow West Bengal to become‘ another Gujarat ’. He said, “If you want to save the oldest Durga Puja of Guptipara, if you want to save festivals like Durga Puja, then beat the BJP.” Banerjee presided over the historic Rath Yatra at Mahesh, celebrations at Bandel Church , Reiterated his promise of preservation of unique Santhal festivals in Junglemahal and read the ‘Chandi Mantra’, ending the speech.

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