West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee addresses a rally in Bhabanipur on September 22, 2021.
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on September 22, 2021, urged the voters of Bhabanipur to vote for her in bypoll to keep her as Chief Minister.
Speaking at a public rally, Banerjee said, “If I don’t win, someone else will be the Chief Minister. Give me your votes to keep me as the Chief Minister. Every vote is precious to me. Don’t waste them.”
The bypoll has been necessitated after winning MLA Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay made way for Mamata Banerjee.
She also equated Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government at Centre with Taliban rule.
“I can call Modi-Shah grandfather, brother… It’s courtesy. But I will not accept the Taliban rule in the country. I will not let the country fall apart. I will not let the kingdom be torn to pieces. I will not allow division among the common people,” said Mamata.
She urged the voters to vote for her so that she is able to fight ‘Talibanism’.
“Your vote will help stop the rioters. If you start the process here, you will see the result in Delhi. I shall go to any extent to fight this Talibanism.”
She added: We will fight till the last drop of our blood to oust the autocratic BJP government. Enough damage has been done. It’s time to fight for the people of this country. (PW News)