'If BJP-Congress leaders come to ask for votes, then beat them with sticks..', TMC MP Nusrat Jahan
'If BJP-Congress leaders come to ask for votes, then beat them with sticks..', TMC MP Nusrat Jahan

Kolkata: As the panchayat elections in West Bengal are coming closer, the politics of the state is getting hot due to the sharp verbal arrows of the politicians. In the field of politics, very bad words are being heard. In this sequence, Trinamool Congress (TMC) and actress MP Nusrat Jahan from Basirhat has warned Congress and BJP of beating them with bamboos when they come to seek votes. Let us tell you that TMC's All India General Secretary and Mamta's nephew Abhishek Banerjee is doing a public relations campaign in the districts of Bengal before the panchayat elections, in the meanwhile this controversial statement of Nusrat Jahan has come to the fore.


According to the report, there is a public relations program of Abhishek Banerjee in Basirhat next week. Earlier, TMC's Nusrat Jahan attended the preparatory meeting on Sunday and talked about beating Congress and BJP workers with bamboo. Nusrat said, 'If someone tries to turn your head before the panchayat elections, they will carry bamboo and glass.' Apart from Nusrat Jahan, Basirhat South Trinamool MLA Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay, Trinamool organizing district president Swaroj Bandyopadhyay, North 24 Parganas district council member Sahnoor Mandal, Youth Trinamool president Shariful Mandal etc. were also present in the preparatory meeting.

After this statement, BJP leader Amit Malveet tweeted, 'TMC MP from Basirhat Usrat Jahan is in a desperate attempt to incite hysteria. He told the people of his constituency to beat BJP and Congress workers with bamboo sticks when they come to seek votes in the panchayat elections!' Amit Malviya said that this politics of violence and intimidation in West Bengal is Mamta Banerjee's permanent legacy. Elections in Bengal, especially local body elections, are a sham.

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