Giving the slogan "Chup Chap, BJP te chhap" (make his vow quietly for the BJP), Modi criticized Banerjee for his comments that the people of Bengal would offer him, instead of votes, rosogollas made of clay with stones. inside.
The land of Ram Krishna Pramahansa, Swami Vivekananda, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Rabindranath Tagore, "I will have the honor of having rosogollas that are made from the soil of the sacred land of Bengal. he said.
Citing Banerjee, Modi said he would also be happy to have the stones the West Bengal leader said would be inside the clay rosettes because it would reduce the number of stones used by "Mamatadi's henchmen" to attack people.
Annoyed at Modi's revelation during a televised interview that she gave him kurtas and candies every year, a combative Banerjee had said last week that the people of Bengal would offer him rosogollas made of clay with stones instead of votes that would break all teeth.
While maintaining that the state has already seen three political ideologies – Aampanthi (people who rule by using the family name), Vaampanthi (leftist), Daam aur Damanpanthi (people who rule through corruption and oppression) – Modi said it is time for to adopt "Vikaspanthi" (people linked to the ideology of development) represented by the BJP. "We do not need to set the example of Naampanthi," Modi said in an apparent reference to the Congress party and the Gandhi family.
"We have seen three decades of left-wing regime full of violence and misgovernance." The third ideology is the Daam Aur Damanpnathi regime of the Trinamool Congress, which governs using money and money." muscle power, and turned Bengal into death camps, "Modi claimed.
He also analyzed the contentious issues of the Citizenship Bill (CAB) and the National Citizen's Registry (NRC), which TMC vehemently opposes. "We will eliminate all and every one of the country's infiltrators. First, we must pass the Citizenship (Amendment) Act to ensure that the refugees obtain citizenship and then the NRC is led to expel the infiltrators," he said.
Addressing another demonstration in Barrackpore, Modi said the country is witnessing a trend in which patriotism and nationalist sentiments were being abused, and urged people to beware of those who deny nationalism because of voting policy.
"The country is witnessing a peculiar tendency to abuse partisanship and nationalist sentiments." West Bengal is the land where the national song "Vande Mataram" was created.This is the land of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhaya. is being misinterpreted to serve banking policy, "he said.
"Mamata Banerjee is also part of this group that believes in singing for Pakistan. The people of Bengal would not spare her from supporting those who are opposing our country," he said. Noting that it was the BJP that honored the contributions and sacrifices of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army (INA) for the struggle for freedom, Modi said that political parties including TMC, which had never done so, are now questioning the value of the armed forces.
"These are the people who have never honored our freedom fighters, they are now questioning the bravery of the armed forces, they are more comfortable relying on Pakistan than in our armed forces and they are questioning air strikes," he said.
Under the TMC rule, "all three – mother, homeland and people are suffering," he said, referring to the slogan "Ma, Maati and Manush" of the governing party of West Bengal. Referring to the jute mills enclosed in the Barrackpore industrial belt, Modi first told the Left Front and now the "Daman" (repression) of didi is responsible for it.
(With PTI entries)