Handle Bengal First, Then Nation: Amit Shah To Mamata


Kolkata: The West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee forge a third-front alliance against the BJP-led government at the Center and urged all opposition parties to come together to stop the winning streak of the BJP in elections.

Speaking at a meeting in Purulia, the BJP chief Amit Shah launched an all-out attack on the two-time Chief Minister’s government and said that handle Bengal properly at first then try for Delhi.

Amit Shah also added that at first ‘Didi’ should tight her ground under the feet. Near about 2 lakh people did not caste their vote in Panchayat elections, Amit Shah continued.

Amit Shah has already set an ambitious target for his local leaders. He wants at least 22 out of the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state -and there is no question of any understanding with Ms Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress, which happens to be a pet allegation by the state leaders of the opposition Congress and the Left Front.

At the end of the meeting, Amit Shah uttered that now our main target is to capture Bangla.
Because, there will be sufficient central forces in the Lok Sabha elections. Naturally, if there is free voting in the Lok Sabha, then we will surely win.