"This shows that the TMC is afraid of our rally tomorrow. The days of TMC are numbered in Bengal. The people of the state are waiting for good governance of the BJP," West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh said.
Bengal is not TMC's "personal property", the party has no right to make such demands, said another senior BJP leader.
"The people of the state will decide in the coming days who will stay and who will leave," he added.
BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya said the TMC had put up similar posters during Shah's visit to Purulia in June and Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally in West Midnapore last month.
The prime minister had even mocked by the TMC by saying that the ruling party in the state had put up the posters to welcome him, he said.
"They have done this (display of TMC hoardings) in the past too. May be it is their way of welcoming people to the state," Vijayvargiya said.
Chatterjee, on his part, said there was nothing wrong in putting up posters and placards of their party supremo.
"The TMC is the ruling party in the state and we have every right to put up posters and placards. We don't need to take permission for that," he said.
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