Maharashtra Political Crisis: \'Send the rebel MLAs to Bengal, we will take good care, CM Mamta takes a jibe at BJP

Posted on 23rd Jun 2022 06:08 pm by rohit kumar

Maharashtra Political Crisis: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, known for her sharp attitudes, has taken a jibe at the BJP over the political crisis in Maharashtra. He did not leave any stone unturned to tell the BJP the truth in his tweet. He tweeted that he should send the rebel MLAs of Maharashtra to West Bengal. We will take good care of them.


The time of the presidential election was chosen thoughtfully.


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accused the BJP of selecting the time to create political turmoil in Maharashtra. They say that they are behind one lakh votes in the presidential elections, so they have chosen this time. They (BJP) have no shortage of money and they can do horse-trading. He further said that seeing this situation, we are getting suspicious about the republic. We want justice for ourselves as well as for this country. He insisted that we want justice for Uddhav Thackeray and everyone.


CM Mamta lashed out at BJP and said that the republic is being bulldozed. Assam is battling with the threat of floods and amid this disaster, why are the MLAs of Maharashtra being sent there to harass the affected people. Today you are in power and you are using money, and the power mafia very well, but one day it will come that you will have to go. This is wrong and we do not support it at all.


What did Mamta say in the tweet?


CM Mamta taunted the BJP in the tweet, \"Send them (rebel MLAs) here to Bengal instead of Assam, we will take good care of them, otherwise, they will try to topple other governments after Maharashtra, for us, under the Constitution.\"

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