Mamata Banerjee says, 'Winning West Bengal is not that simple'
Mamata Banerjee says, 'Winning West Bengal is not that simple'

Kolkata: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in Hooghly, West Bengal, on Wednesday, the state's CM and Trinamool Congress (TMC) National President Mamata Banerjee held an election rally. During this, Mamata said that winning West Bengal is not that easy, I am the goalkeeper for the assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will not be able to score a single goal.

CM Mamata Banerjee also hit back at the statement given by PM Modi during the Hooghly rally. During the rally of Dunlop Ground, PM Modi had said that he will make Bengal tola free and employable. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his address, had alleged that the money of central government schemes in Bengal does not reach the poor without the consent of the TMC bosses.

On this, CM Mamata Banerjee hit back, saying that who is the owner of Dunlop, the BJP leaders rest at their house and you call the Trinamool Congress 'Tolabaaz'. Mamata said that you are the biggest rioter. 

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