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'Mamta Ji opposition of CAA will cost dearly to you': Amit Shah at the mass media rally
'Mamta Ji opposition of CAA will cost dearly to you': Amit Shah at the mass media rally

Kolkata: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is addressing a virtual rally in West Bengal today after Bihar and Odisha. All these rallies are being done completely online. In his speech, Amit Shah surrounded Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on a number of big issues like Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), political violence and non-implementation of Central schemes. At the same time, Amit Shah also spoke about Mamata Banerjee's slipping of power.

Accusing the Bengal government of not implementing the Central schemes, Amit Shah challenged Mamata Banerjee and said that this is not a matter of politics, there are many more political grounds, you can set the ground, go two or two hands. Shah said that power will change in Bengal and Ayushman Bharat scheme will be implemented in Bengal within a minute of swearing. He said that we are giving the account of our government, Mamta ji, you should also give the account of 10 years, but the figures of death of bomb blasts and BJP workers will not be given.

Amit Shah surrounded Mamata Banerjee and said that when CAA came, Mamta ji's face had turned red with anger. I have never seen anyone so angry. The Home Minister asked Mamta Banerjee what problem you have with Namasudra and Matua society. The opposition of CAA will be very heavy for you, when the ballot box opens, the public is going to make you a political refugee. Taking a dig at former Congress president Rahul Gandhi for opening Jan Dhan accounts, Amit Shah said that in this difficult time, crores of rupees have been poured into the bank accounts of 51 crore people.

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