Mamata sought resignation from Amit Shah
Mamata sought resignation from Amit Shah: Said- had threatened to topple the government, he should not speak like a goon
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has sought the resignation of Home Minister Amit Shah. He said that Amit Shah has threatened to topple my government ahead of time. How can they talk about toppling a democratically elected government, they have no right to say that.
The Home Minister should not speak like a goon. Is the constitution of the country being changed? Instead of protecting India, the home minister of the country is plotting to topple the Bengal government.
Mamta said on the Atiq-Ashraf murder case in UP that I do not support the crime, but encounters have become common for the people of Uttar Pradesh. People should oppose these encounters. What is going on in the country, kill whomever you want, cut whomever you want. Hit whomever you want Put an agency on whoever you want, and put CBI-ED.
Even if a chocolate bomb explodes in Bengal, they send it to the NIA. The BJP government with two engines keeps double standards. Mamta Banerjee said these things during a public meeting at Suri in Birbhum district on Monday.
Amit Shah had said in a rally on April 14 that if the BJP wins 35 seats in the Lok Sabha elections, then the TMC government in Bengal will not be able to survive beyond 2025. The Bengal CM has now objected to that statement of Shah. He said that it is clear from the statement of the Home Minister that a conspiracy is going on to topple the Bengal government.
Mamta Banerjee also referred to the CBI's interrogation of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on 16 April. He said that the government is trying to give the message that we can interrogate even the Chief Minister of any state. Mamta asked that if the agencies can interrogate a Chief Minister then why can't the Home Minister be interrogated? No action is being taken against those who do wrong in the BJP.
Judiciary alone can save the country from the current situation in the country. Mamta said that she will not allow NCR and CAA to be implemented in Bengal. The Bengal CM has claimed that the BJP will not come to power in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Mamta reiterated her appeal to the opposition to unite to take on the BJP.