My Care Towards Him Was Blind: Mamata Banerjee Sharpens Attack on 'Traitor' Suvendu Adhikari
Venturing up an assault against companion turned-unpleasant adversary and BJP pioneer Suvendu Adhikari, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday considered him a "backstabber" and said that she had indiscriminately upheld Adhikari when he was in the Trinamool Congress (TMC).
"I indiscriminately upheld him. My consideration towards him was visually impaired. However, presently I won't endure it any more. No spot for 'gaddar' (trickster). A bad situation for 'Mir Jafar'. We won't leave an inch to him and to any resistance applicants in any seats in Bengal," said Banerjee while tending to a public assembly at Tamluk zone in East Midnapore.
Simultaneously, she likewise asserted that the aftereffects of forthcoming West Bengal get together races 2021 will determine the destiny of BJP pioneers like Narendra Modi and Amit Shah in 2024 Lok Sabha surveys.
Adhikari, a priest in Banerjee's administration, used to deal with state's vehicle and water system service. He left the TMC in December and later joined the BJP.
We need to join against these underhanded powers. They came to Bengal to isolate us. You decided in favour of BJP (in 2019 Lok Sabha) and they deceived you. They gave you nothing. We are giving you free proportion and the BJP government at the Center is expanding the cost of LPG. They will resign on the off chance that you help us in overcoming them in this gathering surveys," she added.