KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday launched a sardonic conflict on BJP boss Amit Shah seeking if he were a God that no one can criticism opposite him.
Banerjee pronounced this after supporters of a BJP and a TMC fought pitched battles on a streets of Kolkata during a roadshow by Shah.
A college named after Iswarchandra Vidyasagar, a pivotal figure in a Bengal renaissance, was ransacked and a bust of a 19th century amicable reformer cracked allegedly by BJP workers during a clashes.
“What does Amit Shah consider of himself? Is he above everything? Is he God that no one can criticism opposite him?” Banerjee told reporters after visiting a Vidyasagar College in north Kolkata.
“They are so unrefined that they have damaged a bust of Vidyasagar. They are all outsiders. They BJP had brought them to be used on a day of polls,” she said.
There was also a scuffle when a organisation of people shouted slogans opposite Shah outward a Calcutta University campus and showed him black flags during a roadshow.
Banerjee also visited a university campus.
“Does he (Shah) know a birthright of a Calcutta University? Is he wakeful of a famous personalities who had complicated here? He should be ashamed of this attack,” she pronounced adding that there will be a criticism convene on Wednesday.
The TMC personality also criticised a Election Commission for allegedly not holding adequate movement opposite a BJP for spending outrageous volume of unaccounted income in a polls.
“While entrance by Bidhan Sarani (a north Kolkata road), we saw such outrageous cutouts (of Shah and Prime Minister Narendra Modi). They are spending so most money. Why is a EC not holding movement opposite them?” Banerjee said.
Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajesh Kumar, who too was benefaction with a arch apportion during a Vidyasagar College, pronounced some-more than 100 people have been taken into custody.
No one concerned in a occurrence would be spared, he said.
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