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Mamata calling BJP leaders outsiders insult to Netaji, says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday criticized West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for calling BJP leaders ‘foreigners’ (Bohirgato) and said it was an insult to Netaji’s inclusive ideology Subhas Chandra Bose and the principles of the Indian Constitution.

Claiming that the Bengal Bhumiputra '' (son of the soil) will take over as chief minister after the ruling BJP's vote on May 2, Prime Minister Modi said no Indian was an “ foreigner ” in the state.

“When the British tried to divide us,” said Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose – India is one, and the hopes and aspirations of all Indians are the same. Today there is a lot of pain instead of propagating the ideology of Netaji, TMC and Mamata Didi talks about Bohirgato, ”he said at a campaign rally in Sonarpur, South 24 district. Parganas.

No Indian is a foreigner here: PM Modi in Bengal

Didi talks about strangers. We are all the children of Mother India. No Indian is a foreigner here. When the BJP forms government after May 2, a son of the soil will become the chief minister, he said.

Calling TMC a “Taka Maar Company” (a company that loots money), the Prime Minister asked Banerjee to control his “morons”.

“You keep your TMC minions under control. Explain to them. Modi is there! Their harassment will no longer be tolerated. Bengal does not want violence and terror. Bengal wants education for its daughters and protection, respect and righteousness for his mothers, “he asserted.

Referring to the claim by some TMC leaders that Banerjee could run for office from his Lok Sabha seat in Varanasi in 2024, Modi mocked the TMC boss, saying it proved Didi had come to terms with his defeat .

“Didi is now looking for a place for herself outside of Bengal. The people of Varanasi and Uttar Pradesh are as generous as the people of Bengal. They won’t call her a foreigner,” he said sarcastically. .

Claiming that Banerjee decided to challenge Nandigram on a “tao mein” impulse, Prime Minister Modi said, sensing defeat at the prestigious seat, the TMC decided that Banerjee should also enter the fray from another seat.

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