Bengal Assembly Election: Ravi Kishan says 'Plaster cut in 24 hours, how was it hurt'
Bengal Assembly Election: Ravi Kishan says 'Plaster cut in 24 hours, how was it hurt'

Kolkata: As the date of the assembly elections in West Bengal approaches, the political heat is increasing. At this time all the parties are engaged in accusing each other. You must be seeing that if any parties are fighting in West Bengal, then it is considered to be in BJP and TMC. Leaders of both these parties are fiercely targeting each other. You must have known that the BJP wants to overthrow Mamata's decade-long rule. In such a situation, for Mamata Banerjee, this time election has become a matter of her credit and an example of this is that she has announced to contest from Nandigram seat by accepting the change of BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari.

Now in the midst of all this, the BJP is engaged in besieging Mamata on every occasion. Recently, during an election rally in Nandigram, the injury to the leg of CM Mamata Banerjee has been termed by the BJP as a gimmick. Now in the midst of all this, BJP leader and MP from Gorakhpur Ravi Kishan have strongly criticized Mamata. Recently Ravi Kishan has made a tweet and tweeted, wrote, 'Didi sitting on wheelchair, most sought vote plaster cut in 24 hours, yeh kaise thi choot jogira sa ra ra ra ra ...!'

His comments are now getting increasingly commented on this tweet. Many people are in support of him and are telling him right. Many people reacting to this tweet saying, "When he was hurt so deeply, how did his plaster get cut in 24 hours?" Mamata was hurt in Nandigram when she was campaigning there. On the other hand, Mamata's injury was described by TMC as a BJP conspiracy, and to investigate this attack, the Election Commission appointed two observers, who submitted their investigation report to the Election Commission, in which no evidence of any attack was found.

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