April 20, 2014
Trinamool will not leave an inch to any Opposition nominee: Didi at Murshidabad
West Bengal Chief Minister Ms. Mamata Banerjee on Sunday stated that it is Bengal which will show the path of India`s future and stated that Bengal will remain steadfast in its approach and not beg in front of Delhi.
“Bengal is the future of India. We will never beg infront of Delhi. Let us change Delhi so that we do not have to beg in front of the BJP, the Congress or the left. If we have to bow our head we will do this in front of the people,” Ms. Mamata Banerjee said at a rally in Murshidabad.
The West Bengal Chief Minister Ms. Mamata Banerjee stated that she will work for the people of Bengal till she is alive and they were her brothers.
“Till the time I am alive I will work for you. You are my family. I personally do not have any family. They are continuing with their political conspiracy and they are not able to fight me politically and as long as I am alive I will live with my head high,” Ms. Banerjee said.
She asked the people to drive out the Congress-BJP-CPI-M syndicate from the soil of Jangipur and added that the farmers, labourers and women were Trinamool`s strength.
Mamata Di urged the people to vote for Trinamool, “Farmers, labourers, students and women are the strength of TMC. It is our duty that we must blank the Congress, the BJP, the CPI-M from the soil of Jangipur.It is the soil of Mother Bengal which will win and keeping these things in mind will you lend support to your Didi? Do you like me?” she asked them and received an affirmative yes from the supporters in the form of a thunderous applause.
“Congress, CPI(M) and BJP play games to cut votes in various constituencies in order to ensure victory of their candidates as per their strength there. But this will not happen this time,” she said. Claiming that Congress “only makes false promises”, she asserted that “Congress will get a big zero.” “The Centre is taking away one lakh crore rupees from the state. Had this not happened, we could have ensured 20 lakh jobs for the youth of the state,” she added.