“Don’t Insult After Inviting”: Mamata Banerjee At Netaji Event With PM Modi

New Delhi: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday celebrated the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose at the Vijay Memorial in Kolkata. But as soon as Mamata Banerjee’s address started at the ceremony, someone shouted Jai Shri Ram, after which the Chief Minister was uprooted and reacted sharply from the stage itself. PM Narendra Modi was also present on the stage when the incident took place. Let us know that the two leaders rarely share the stage.

Mamta told the forum, do not insult me ​​after calling me here, this is not a political event. If you invite someone to a government event, don’t insult him. Mamta, looking angry and sad, reacted sharply, finishing her speech in between.

The Chief Minister said, “I think there should be some pride in the government’s program. This is a government program, not a political party program. It is a program for all political parties and the public. I am thankful to the Prime Minister, Ministry of Culture that this event was celebrated in Kolkata. But it does not suit you to invite someone and insult them. I am not going to say anything. Jai Hind, Jai Bangla. “

It was clearly seen at the ceremony that when Mamata Banerjee stood up to speak, the crowd shouted slogans, the organizers telling her to keep quiet. When Mamata’s turn came to speak, she got angry at the crowd shouting slogans. He called upon the people to maintain the dignity of the government program. Mamta then thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for participating in Netaji’s program and left the stage. However, without being affected by this whole incident, PM Modi at the beginning of his address started calling his Chief Minister Sister Mamta.