Kolkata: Elections are going to be held in West Bengal soon but before that politics has gained momentum. In such a situation, Mamta Banerjee does not want to let the BJP occupy her state in any way. At the same time, she also knows that the Modi government is under pressure regarding the farmer movement. Now in such a situation, he has warned of nationwide agitation if the farmers' demands on agricultural laws are not considered. Yes, he has recently tweeted.
14 years ago on 4 Dec 2006, I began my 26 day hunger strike in Kolkata demanding that agricultural land cannot be forcefully acquired. I express my solidarity with all farmers who are protesting against draconian farm bills passed without consultation by Centre— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial)
In her tweet she writes, 'I am very concerned about the farmers, their lives and livelihoods. Government of India should withdraw the anti-farmer laws. If this is not done immediately, we will agitate throughout the state and the country. We strongly oppose these anti-farmer laws.
With this, Mamta said that, 'You cannot sell railways, Air India, coal, BSNL, BHEL, banks, defense etc. The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government withdraws the unwritten disruptive and privatization policy. We have given an ultimatum. We should not allow our nation's treasury to be converted into personal property of BJP. ' By the way, today his party Trinamool Congress is going to meet internally to discuss this issue. During this time there will be a discussion about how the Essential Commodities Act is affecting the common people.