RSS helping Congress candidates: CM
Beldanga/Bhagabangola (Murshidabad): Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee urged people to cast their votes against the BJP to punish Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his misdeeds and at one breath, alleged that the RSS is backing Congress candidates in Berhampore and Murshidabad constituencies. She reiterated that the BJP will not get more than 70 seats in the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections.
She addressed two rallies at Beldanga under Berhampore and Bhagabangola under Murshidabad Lok Sabha seats on Monday. In 2014 polls, Adhir Chowdhury of the Congress was elected from Berhampore by 3.85 lakh votes and Badrudduja Khan of CPI(M) won the Murshidabad seat by over 18,000 votes.
"In the past five years, Modi has not done anything for the good of this country. He has only divided the nation and the economic condition of the country has gone down. Under these circumstances, cast your vote against the BJP to punish Modi for his misdeeds," she said.
Banerjee alleged that the RSS is backing the Congress candidate in Berhampore and Jangipur. Without naming Adhir Chowdhury, the sitting MP from Berhampore and Abhijit Mukherjee, the sitting MP from Jangipur, she said: "RSS workers are backing the Congress candidates in both these constituencies. CPI(M) is also backing the candidate in Berhampore constituency. The Congress, CPI(M) and BJP have inked secret deal to back the Congress in Murshidabad," she said, adding "RSS preaches Hinduism in the Hindu dominated areas and talk about the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and the Citizenship Bill in the Muslim-dominated areas."
It may be mentioned that the CPI(M) is openly backing Chowdhury in Berhampore against the RSP candidate Id Mohammad. CPI(M) cadres holding red flags are shouting slogans for Chowdhury. Continued on P7
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