Mamata Banerjee said, “First you kill people through security forces and then give them a clean chit. This is a genocide. They fired bullets.”
Kolkata| West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee held a press conference on Sunday after the CISF firing in Cooch Behar on Saturday. She accused the Central govt of Genocide. said that this government along with the Prime Minister and the Home Minister is also incapable. Hitting out at the BJP leaders campaigning in West Bengal, she said, “They are coming here every day with the intention of occupying Bengal. You are welcome. Nobody is stopping you, but please make people happy instead of bullying them.”
Mamata Banerjee said, “First you kill people through security forces and then give them a clean chit. This is a genocide. They fired bullets. They could shoot him in the leg or lower part of the body, but all the bullets hit them in the neck or chest.”
Mamata to visit Cooch Behar
Earlier, targeting the Election Commission, Mamata said that the Election Commission should change the name of the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) to the ‘Modi Code of Conduct’. She said that BJP should put all its strength, but in this world I cannot stop sharing the pain of my people. Mamata said that EC can stop her from visiting her “brothers and sisters” in Cooch Behar for 3 days, but she will reach there on the fourth day.
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EC should rename MCC as Modi Code of Conduct!
BJP can use all its might but NOTHING in this world can stop me from being with my people & sharing their pain.
They can restrict me from visiting my brothers & sisters in Cooch Behar for 3 days but I WILL be there on the 4th day!
— Mamata Banerjee (@MamataOfficial) April 11, 2021
EC bans political leaders’ visit to Cooch Behar for 72 hours
Her statement came after the election commission banned the entry of political leaders in Cocoh Behar for 72 hours. Four people were killed in the firing of the CISF at Sitalakuchi in Cooch Behar during voting for the fourth phase in Bengal on Saturday. After this, in view of the tense situation in the area, the Election Commission had stopped the entry of leaders in the area for 72 hours. Apart from this, the Commission had also issued an order to stop campaigning 72 hours before the fifth round of voting.