"I am sure that BJP will not come to power in the country and in West Bengal it will draw a blank this time, down from two seats it got in the last LS polls", Banerjee told a public rally at Andul in Howrah district in support of TMC candidate footballer-turned-politician Prasun Banerjee.
Referring to BJP president Amit Shah's statement at a rally at Kalyani in the state during the day, Banerjee without naming him said "a person has come and said the National Register of Citizens will be implemented in the state when his party comes to power. Let them (BJP) come to power first and then we will show how they dare do it", she said.
Shah had said that NRC would be implemented in Bengal to weed out infiltrators.
"Now the BJP has turned its eyes on West Bengal. Is it so easy for a party like BJP, whose workers' minds are infertile like a desert to make inroads in Bengal?" the TMC supremo lashed out.
"BJP is not putting its ears to the ground and feeling the pulse of the people. Twelve thousand farmers have committed suicide and three lakh jobs have been done away with," she said.
Referring to the Ram Temple issue, she said BJP is in the habit of raising it during elections. "In the last five years has the party had been able to build even a miniature Ram Temple?" she asked.
"Now Narendra Modi is coming to Bengal often and asking for votes. Modi does not know anything about the state," she said.
Referring to demonetisation, which she and her party have often opposed, Banerjee said the Modi government had announced it apparently to stop terrorism.
"A day will come when they (BJP) will close down banks saying that there is no money", she said.
Referring to the naxal attack at Gadchiroli in Maharashtra which claimed the lives of 15 policeman, Banerjee said "We have restored peace in Junglemahal area (comrpsising the erstwhile Maoist affected forested areas of Purulia, Bankura and West Midnapore districts). We have establish peace there".
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