PM Narendra Modi says it is 'game over' for TMC in Bengal
Kolkata : Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two election rallies on Saturday in Bengal. He announced that TMC complaining against Election Commission and EVMs is enough to prove that it is “khela sesh” (game over) for the party led by Mamata Banerjee. "Didi should accept defeat," he mentioned.
Addressing a rally at Haripal in Hooghly district, PM Modi said, “She keeps criticising EVM, the EC….If players keep criticising umpires, you should know their ‘khela sesh’ (game’s over).”
"Didi has got jittery after sensing defeat. That’s why she is criticising everybody and everything, from EC to EVMs. She is abusing me. But while abusing me, she has hurt the self-respect of the people of Bengal by saying they are taking money to attend our rallies,” the PM said.
He added, “Do people of Bengal take money to attend rallies, Didi? Who are you insulting while abusing me? You are insulting the people of the state. Didi, you have betrayed the people, and so you should accept defeat.”
At another election rally, he termed TMC as a party of goons who try to loot people and terrorise them with fear.
"You keep your TMC goons under check. Explain to them that Modi is here! Their bullying will no longer be tolerated. Bengal doesn’t want violence and terror. Bengal wants education for its daughters and protection, respect and justice for its mothers," he asserted.
PM Modi also slammed CM Mamata Banerjee for calling BJP leaders as 'outsiders' and also an insult to Netaji Shubhas Chandra Bose's ideology.
"Didi is talking about outsiders. We are all children of Mother India. No Indian is an outsider here. When BJP forms the government after May 2, a son of the soil will become the chief minister," he said.