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Conspiracies can’t stop me, says Mamata; Amit Shah attacks her over killing of BJP workers in Bengal | India News – Times of India

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NEW DELHI: Mamata Banerjee‘s leg injury took centrestage during campaigning in battleground Bengal on Monday as the West Bengal CM reiterated her conspiracy charge while Union home minister Amit Shah reminded her of the pain of families of BJP workers who had lost their lives in the state.
Mamata, who was injured in an alleged attack in Nandigram on the day she had filed her nomination papers, campaigned on a wheel chair and said no conspiracy can stop her from campaigning ahead of the assembly polls in the state.
Amit Shah while addressing a rally in Bankura district wished Mamata a speedy recovery but questioned whether she could feel the pain of families of BJP workers who have been killed during the Trinamool Congress’s rule in West Bengal.
“Didi (Banerjee), when you got hurt in your leg, you felt pain. I wish you a speedy recovery. But, what about the pain of the mothers of 130 BJP activists who were killed by TMC goons. Did you ever try to feel their pain?” he said.
“You never felt the pain of these people. They will give you a befitting reply while casting their votes in the assembly polls,” he added.
Shah also attacked Mamata for denying tribals their rights.
“TMC seeks cut money even for a tribal certificate. We will ensure the land rights of the tribals. The special focus will be on education, health and drinking water for the tribals in the area. We will also mention it in our manifesto,” he said.
Earlier, addressing her first rally after getting injured in Nandigram and subsequent hospitalisation, Mamata said as long as she has her voice and her heart functions, she will continue to fight.
“Wait for a few days, my legs will be better. I will see whether your legs move freely on Bengal’s soil,” Banerjee said without naming anyone.
Mamata also attacked the BJP for nominating its sitting MPs from several assembly seats in Bengal and sought to know if they would be “spreading lies and engineering riots” after the elections.
(With agency inputs)



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