'Take our everything but don't sell the country', Mamata Banerjee's big attack on the central government
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has launched a major attack on the central government with several allegations, in which she has said that "do whatever you can and take our everything but don't sell the country".
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee paid tribute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on his 126th birth anniversary in Kolkata on Monday, after which she also blew the conch shell in the programme. Netaji's family members - Sugata Bose, Sumanatra Bose and Chandra Kumar Bose were also present at the event organized by the West Bengal government. Addressing the event, Mamata Banerjee said that she would unveil a book on fifty freedom fighters at the Kolkata Book Fair 2023. He said that "There are many freedom fighters that we do not remember. There are many unknown freedom fighters that people do not know about. During this year's edition of the Kolkata Book Fair, I will launch a book on fifty such freedom fighters. I will unveil.
Along with this, in a big attack on the central government, Mamata Banerjee said that "There are many people who run away in fear of agencies, not us. Do whatever you can and take everything from us but don't sell the country. Agencies Follow us but let the country remain united. Violating the Constitution means violating the rights of the people."
Mamata Banerjee alleged that "Bengal is being maligned and intimidated in the name of investigative agencies. But no one can intimidate me." Along with this, he questioned that "more than 50 central teams have been sent to Bengal, how many teams have been sent to Uttar Pradesh? You cannot fool so many people for too long. Will guide the country. The battle will start from this ground. If you want to respect Netaji, you have to respect Bengali.
Prime Minister Modi tweeted that "Today, on Parakram Divas, I pay tribute to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and remember his unique contribution to the history of India. He will be remembered for his fierce resistance to colonial rule." Deeply moved by his thoughts, we are working to make his vision for India a reality."