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Mamata Banerjee promises to ensure safety, education for all – Times of India

HOOGHLY: Amid election campaigning in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday burdened that she works collaboratively with each Hindu and Muslim communities and can ensure security and education for all.

Speaking at a public gathering at Khanakul Library Ground, Banerjee stated: “I work together with Hindus and Muslims, safeguarding your security, society, education and workplace is my responsibility.”

Lashing out on the rival Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for urging voters to vote towards Muslims, the Chief Minister commented: “When there is a flood, do we see that the water is entering a Hindu’s house or a Muslim’s house? The water enters every house. We all live together, eat together, and together we save each other’s lives.”

“I am a Hindu woman. I ask Hindus and Muslims to live together, fight together. Do not get divided,” she appealed.

During the general public gathering, Banerjee recalled {that a} Muslim man beat her, pinning the blame on the Left authorities for the incident. “In another instance, a Muslim man saved me from getting shot in the head by putting his hand in front,” she added.

“Remember, this is how societies save each other,” she remarked.

The Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo known as on the BJP to present free gasoline, whereas slamming it for privatisation.

“They are closing down rails, coal, BSNL, privatising LIC and shutting down banks,” she reiterated.

The Chief Minister additionally known as for ladies to develop into polling brokers, daring the BJP to try an assault on them.

“BJP left out the names of 14 lakh Bengalis. have you forgotten? They made the police vote in Assam, police conducted raids there and terrified the citizens. Don’t worry in Bengal because I am here,” she stated.

She additionally focused BJP’s social gathering emblem – the lotus, calling it a ‘rotten’ flower. “It is a rotten, bloodied flower. This is not Ma’s flower. That is rotten. Do not vote for it. Voter for ‘joraphool’ (twin flowers – TMC logo),” she added.

Banerjee additionally prolonged her needs to the Christian group on the event of Easter, whereas repeating her transfer to move a soccer to the gang on the gathering as an indication of her ‘Khela hobe’ marketing campaign.

After a excessive-voltage battle between Banerjee and her former ministerial colleague Suvendu Adhikari, the following section of the West Bengal elections will happen on April 6.

The section will cowl 30 seats from the districts of South 24 Parganas, Howrah and Hooghly.

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