There is difference between a paper and Royal Bengal Tiger

‘Don’t they know that there is difference between a paper tiger and a Royal Bengal tiger. In Bengal there is a Royal Bengal Tiger in the Sunderbans,’ Banerjee, the Chief Minister told an election meeting in Purulia district.

She also alleged that those who were divisive, caused riots and were racists could not constitutionally ascend to the Prime Minister’s chair.

‘Those who cause riots between Hindus and Muslims and stoke racism and divide Bengalis and non-Bengalis have no right legally or constitutionally to sit in the PM’s chair,’ Banerjee said.

‘Keep it in mind that the game is not so easy. The architects of the Constitution like Baba Saheb Ambedkar envisaged secularism to be an adhesive force for a multi-religious and pluralistic Indian society. Preamble of the Constitution says our Constitution is secular,’ Banerjee said.

Stating that the Trinamool Congress was for a unified country, she referred to people from the state being packed off in trains from Mumbai and Delhi and said that none had the right to drive out anyone from any part of India.
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