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BJP furious over not getting approval for ‘Naban Abhiyan’, know what it said?

BJP Attacks Mamata Banerjee Government: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday called for a ‘Nabanna Chalo campaign’ against the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal. Under which Bengal BJP workers will march towards the state secretariat Naban.

The BJP has completed its preparations regarding this, but the state police has written a letter to the BJP, refusing to allow them to campaign. After which now a war of words has started between the Mamata Banerjee government of Bengal and the Bengal BJP.

BJP launched a scathing attack

West Bengal BJP President S Majumdar has attacked the Mamta government for not getting approval for the Naban campaign. Attacking the TMC government, Majumdar said that why would the public take permission from thieves to protest? He also targeted the state police saying that the police were behaving like TMC workers.

He said that the last time when we took out Naban March also, section 144 was imposed to stop us. Majumdar said that we will once again take out this march in the fight to save Bengal.

Question asked to CM Mamta Banerjee

Let us inform that BJP has completed all its preparations for the Naban campaign to be held on Tuesday. BJP MLA Agnimitra Paul said that all preparations have been completed for tomorrow’s march. This is not a BJP march, but it is a kind of demonstration to save the people of Bengal. The BJP MLA questioned Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and said that she will have to answer why her government has cheated the people of Bengal.

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