Abhishek Banerjee, a Trinamool Congress MP and nephew of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, on Sunday challenged his opposition party BJP, saying that if the central government brings a law to allow only one member of the family to enter politics He will leave politics. Banerjee said that if the charges of corruption against him are proved, he will be hanged in public.
Banerjee, a Member of Parliament from Diamond Harbor, while addressing a public meeting in Kulitili assembly constituency said that if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is about a bill to prevent more than one member of the family from getting into active politics, the next moment he (Banerjee ) Not in the political arena. ”
He said, “From Kailash Vijayvargiya to Shubhendu Adhikari, Mukul Roy to Rajnath Singh, there are other members of your family who hold important positions in the BJP. Banerjee said, “If you will ensure that only one member of the family is in active politics, then in the Trinamool Congress party the next will be only Mamta Banerjee from our family.” This is my promise ”
Taking a dig at BJP leaders calling him a ‘marauder’, Banerjee challenged that he would publicly hang himself if he proved his allegations. Referring to the incident at the Victoria Memorial on Saturday on the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Banerjee said that the slogans of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ were deliberately imposed to prevent Mamata Banerjee from giving a speech.
Significantly, after raising slogans in the presence of the Prime Minister, Mamata Banerjee refused to give a speech. The Trinamool Congress MP said, “It is usree that Mamata Banerjee has made it clear that if such slogans are insulted by Netaji in the government program, we will stand to oppose him.” Bengal will be raised to protest. ”
He said, “Thousands of times you shouted slogans of Jai Shri Ram in your home, in the religious program, in the temple, but not in the kind of government program that was organized in memory of a hero like Netaji.” Banerjee said that not allowing her to give her statement at such an event is an insult to those who sent her to the assembly.
Meanwhile, on Banerjee’s remarks on dynastic politics, BJP West Bengal unit president Dilip Ghosh said that the Trinamool Congress MP had never made such a demand before and now he is making such statements because in April-May Are going to be His (Banerjee) party’s defeat in the assembly elections is certain.