Mamata chooses not to go to PM’s swearing-in, pummels BJP for politicizing ‘August event’
Kolkata, May 29: West Bengal boss clergyman Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday affirmed that she won’t go to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vow service in Delhi on Thursday.
“Over the most recent 60 minutes, I am seeing media reports that the BJP is asserting 54 individuals have been killed in political brutality in Bengal,” Mamata Banerjee wrote in a post on Twitter on Wednesday.
“This is totally false. There have been no political homicides in Bengal. There is no record with us. Apologies, this has constrained me not to go to the function,” Mamata Banerjee included.
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