Kolkata: West Bengal has gone to the polls in three phases, but the slogan of Jai Shriram has not ended. Both Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Trinamool Congress (TMC) are clashing over Jai Shriram's slogan. UP CM Yogi Adityanath addressed a public meeting at Jalpaiguri in Bengal today. Meanwhile, CM Yogi has questioned Mamata as to why she is so irritated with Shriram's slogan.
CM Yogi further said, 'Didi is so angry at the moment that she is saying that if someone speaks Jai Shriram, she will put them in jail. Anger may be from the BJP or from us, but why from Ram? Whoever has dared to clash with Ram has suffered, the plight of TMC in Bengal is certain.' CM Yogi further said, 'Bengal will get rid of the TMC government on May 2. TMC goons will be tightened in the clutches of the law. It is certain that the criminal must be protected by parties like Congress, Communists, TMC, but long hands of law will also raise them from the abyss and send them behind the jail.'
A day earlier, PM Modi had lashed out at Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee saying that her appeal from Muslims to unite to ensure that votes are not scattered shows that the Trinamool Congress (TMC) has lost the battle for assembly elections.