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PM slams Mamata for attacking Calcutta HC judges on OBC verdict in Bengal

PM slams Mamata for attacking Calcutta HC judges on OBC verdict in Bengal

Barasat,Bengal, May 28 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday came down heavily on TMC supremo and Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her casting aspersion on the Calcutta High Court judges after the court cancelled all the OBC certificates issued after 2010 in the state.
" I wonder what happened to the Chief Minister of Bengal and now I believe she will set up the goons against the judges, " Modi said while electioneering for BJP candidate Rekha Patra from Basirhat and Swapan Majumdar from Barasat seat in North 24 Parganas.
Modi said the High Court has cancelled all the OBC certificates distributed by her government and alleged that the TMC government misused the power and deprived the real stakeholders of the OBC norms.
Modi said some 77 sects of Muslims were given such OBC certificates and the government willfully violated the constitutional provision to appease her "voter Jihadi".
" TMC and Indi Alliance have nothing to do with your development. Their biggest priority is to appease their votes. The group of people shouting Constitution-Constitution, Dictatorship-Dictatorship in the country, what is happening in West Bengal, just come here and see, you will be speechless. The court has exposed the betrayal of OBCs by TMC in Bengal. Calcutta High Court has said that declaring 77 Muslim castes as OBC is illegal. That is, TMC has snatched away the rights given to millions of OBC youth by the Constitution overnight to help the people of vote jihad. What are
these TMC CMs saying after this decision of the court? I am surprised that questions are being raised on the intentions of the judges here, questions are being raised on the justice system and the judiciary. Now will you leave the goons behind the judges also? The whole country is watching how TMC is strangulating the judiciary in Bengal, " Modi pointed out.
" This is a big bluff to the real OBC people as the INDI Alliance and TMC are united to deprive the Dalits and SC, " Modi pointed out.
He said in the past 70 years the Congress, Left and Now TMC were exploiting the people of Bengal and appealed to the people not to vote for the Communists, which ultimately went to the TMC as it announced support in Delhi in case the INDI Block wins.
Modi also slammed the Mamata Banerjee government for attacking the Sadhu Santh Samaj in Bengal and appeasing his vote bank even after one of the TMC MLAs threatened to drown all Hindus in the Bhagirathi river.
The PM lauded Rekha Patra for her stand against the oppressive TMC and its goons like Sahjahan Sheikh at Sandeshkhali and said if Rekha Patra was made winner, then the mothers and sisters of the country would see a fighter for their rights.
At the outset, he said, " Together we have faced the cyclone. Our NDRF and other teams have done a good job. The Central Government is providing all possible help to the State Government in every way. Today India has started on the path of development. The strongest pillar of this development is our Eastern India. The BJP government has spent more on Eastern India in the last 10 years than it has spent even in the last 60-70 years. "
Modi said there was a time when Bengal used to employ lakhs of countrymen.
" Today most of the factories in Bengal are closed, and the youth are forced to migrate. This plight of Bengal, who did this destruction? First Bengal was looted by Congress, then the Left looted it and now TMC is looting it with both hands. Congress, CPM, and TMC, all three are the culprits of West Bengal. People know that every vote given to CPM will go to TMC's account. Behind the scenes, TMC and Left are two sides of the same coin. The CM has already announced that she will support him in Delhi. The people here have understood this, hence the same voice is coming from every corner, Modi government once again."
Lashing out at the alleged rampant corruption across West Bengal, Modi said " I will take it out from the one who devoured it and I will return it to the one who took it, " and added that the Centre was considering the legal aspect to return the looted money to those who lost it.
Modi said in the first 10 years he did not allow anything to happen to corruption at the Centre and now "I aim to take out those from the people who took up public money in Bengal. I will take it out from the one who grasped it and will return it to the one who took it. "
Modi said it was decided that his government was returning for the 3rd time and appealed to the voters to ensure the win of all the BJP candidates in Bengal to strengthen the Centre for Vikshit Bharat as well as for Viksit Bengal.
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