Kolkata: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Tuesday hit out at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, ahead of the upcoming Assembly Elections in the state.
Speaking at the Press Club here, Amit Shah said ‘acknowledged’ that factories were installed in the state during Mamata tenure, but added that “those were bomb factories, not industries”.
Amit Shah further said that his party will never forge an alliance either with the Left or with the Trinamool Congress. “We will never go either with the Communists or Mamata didi because we do not support infiltration, corruption and fear,” Shah said.
The contest in West Bengal has turned into a three-way fight between the TMC, Left-Congress and the BJP. The elections in Bengal will be held in six phases in April and May, with results being declared on May 19.