West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee with her nephew and party general secretary Abhishek Banerjee at an event in Malda on May 4, 2023. Photo Credit: PTI
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee appreciated it on 4th May , Trinamool Nabo Jowar (New wave of Trinamool)’ was initiated by the party’s general secretary Abhishek Banerjee and said that she is preparing the next generation of the party.
“I am preparing the generation after me. policeman [Firhad Hakim] there is and anointed [Banerjee] Is. Do you think they are emerging on their own? I am preparing them. So that after I leave, they can pin down the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party),” Ms Banerjee said while addressing a Trinamool Congress meeting in Malda district.
Outreach program of Trinamool Congress Thursday reached its 10th day and the party president attended the event for the first time. The 60 Days initiative is the brainchild of Mr. Abhishek Banerjee, and along with reaching out to party supporters in the districts, the party leadership is also conducting primaries for the panchayat elections. Ms Banerjee said she would participate in the conclusion of the ‘conference’. Trinamool Nabo Jowar’ in the ocean in the southern part of the state. Mr. Banerjee has emerged as the second most important leader of the Trinamool Congress in recent years.
Addressing the gathering, the Chief Minister spoke on several issues including Wrestlers protest in the national capital, The West Bengal CM said, “No central team was sent to Delhi, where the wrestlers were attacked by the police on Wednesday night.” He said the Center had sent 151 central teams to West Bengal in the last few years.
During her one-hour speech, Ms Banerjee targeted the BJP and said she would be happy if the BJP is voted out of power in Karnataka. He said, ‘The sooner the BJP is out of power, the better it will be for the country… Do not vote for the BJP in the Karnataka assembly elections; Vote for any other party of your choice. I would be happy if the downfall of BJP starts from Karnataka.
assembly elections in karnataka is scheduled for May 10.
In reference to the recent incidents of political violence, the Chief Minister said that she did not believe in “politics of death” and that her party supporters would not raise hands on any other party worker.
According to the state BJP leadership, three BJP supporters were killed in the past few days, with the most recent death being that of Bijaykrishna Bhunia on 2 May. The police on Thursday arrested a Trinamool supporter in connection with the crime.
Earlier in the day, the chief minister held an administrative meeting in Malda and alleged that the BJP leadership was trying to instigate caste riots between different communities. Ms. Banerjee also addressed the issue of violence in Kaliyaganj in Uttar Dinajpur in the last week of April. A’s unnatural death Rajbanghsi The teenager incited violence in Raiganj, during which a police station was attacked.
The Chief Minister spoke on local issues such as erosion of river Ganga in Malda and Murshidabad districts and held the Center responsible for the plight of people suffering from river erosion. Ms Banerjee urged her party supporters not to be afraid of the BJP, and said all cases by central investigative agencies would be withdrawn once a new government comes to power at the Centre.