Mamata lashes out at PM Modi for ‘Vote Marketing’ In Bangladesh

Assembly ElectionsMamata lashes out at PM Modi for ‘Vote Marketing’ In Bangladesh


Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today described Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh in Kharagpur as a violation of the code of conduct, Mamta said why should the Prime Minister’s visa be canceled.

Significantly, PM is visiting Bangladesh and is giving lectures on Bengal. Today he met the Matua community there and told their relationship, besides making some promises. In fact, the Matua community has an impact on many assembly seats in West Bengal. Mamta called today’s statements of the Prime Minister a violation of the Election Code of Conduct. TMC will complain to the Election Commission.

Mamta Banerjee said that sometimes they say that Mamta has brought people from Bangladesh and has infiltrated. But he himself moved to Bangladesh to do vote marketing. Let us know that voting is going on in 30 seats for the first phase of assembly elections in Bengal on Saturday.

Mamta Banerjee, referring to the controversy over the participation of a Bangladeshi actor at TMC rally during the last Lok Sabha election and the cancel the visa of the actor, said, ‘When a Bangladeshi actor participated in our rally during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections BJP spoke to Bangladesh government and canceled his visa, when elections are going on here, PM reached Bangladesh for the vote of people of a community, why should your visa not be canceled? We will complain to the Election Commission. ‘

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