BJP nervous with few days left in power: Trinamool Congress
Kolkata : The Trinamool Congress on Monday took a jibe at BJP by terming chief Amit Shah's speech in Malda as being "low on facts and poor in taste". The party also framed BJP of being nervous with afew days left in power.
"After listening to the BJP president's speech in Malda, it's obvious that they are very nervous. They know their days are numbered. They are politically-scared. Their speeches are low on facts and poor in taste," TMC spokesperson Derek O'Brien said.
"They (BJP) don't understand the ethos of India. They don't understand the ethos of Bengal. They are heading towards one big zero (in West Bengal in the general election)," he said.
"Some are saying they are desperate, some are saying they have gone mad... or is it a combination of both?" the TMC leader asked.
Speaking during a rally in Malda (West Bengal), BJP chief Amit Shah vowed to win power and throw Mamata Banerjee's government out after upcoming Lok Sabha Polls.
He also promised that Bengali refugees would be granted citizenship after the citizenship bill was passed.