Bengal: NRC and NPR will not be applicable in Bengal, if returned to power: Mamata

New Delhi: Addressing a rally in Bankura district on Wednesday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee promised government jobs and arrested ‘outsider goons’ for splitting the money for votes in the assembly elections to be held earlier this week.

Awarded to those who helped The Trinamool Congress chief said, “BJP-based goons are roaming in Bengal to create disturbances during elections.

Keep a close vigil in your area and immediately inform the police if any outsider arrives. BJP is trying to buy people with bundles of notes before the assembly elections in 2021. Take the money and then file a police complaint. At least, if you help us catch such people, I will give you a government job and a reward. ”

Mamta warned the people of Bengal that the Bharatiya Janata Party was trying to break Bengal with its money power. He advised people not to fall into the trap.

He said, “BJP has no political etiquette or ideology. I respect the Prime Minister’s chair, but I have not seen a liar like Narendra Modi. He is spreading misinformation. They are bringing goons from other states to spoil the culture of Bengal. “

Mamta Banerjee said, “BJP is a waste of lies, and believes in dangerous divisive politics. They are blackmailing us in the name of agencies. I would like to tell them today, we will not bow our heads in front of them. My real warriors are my booth workers. They are the real property of TMC. Today I would like to appeal to the people of Bankura to stand against evil forces like BJP. “

On the issue of National Population Register (NPR) and National Register of Citizens (NRC), Mamta said, “Narendra Modi excluded 14 lakh Bengalis in Assam (during NRC). Now they are planning to implement it in Bengal. They will make your name out of Bengal and make you homeless. But I have decided that I will not allow him to do so when in power. I will never allow NPR, NRC to be implemented in Bengal. ”

The TMC chief again blamed the BJP for the foot injury sustained in Nandigram during the election campaign on 10 March. He said that he injured my leg to prevent people from reaching. But my pain is nothing compared to your pain. I am a fearless woman and will fight her till my last breath. ”

Assembly elections for the 294-member state assembly will be held in eight phases starting from March 27. The last round of voting will be held on April 29. Votes will be counted on 2 May.

(With agency input)