New Delhi, December 7: Continuing her undemocratic dominance in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has once again demeaned democracy. With stopping Rath Yatra of Bharatiya Janata Party by Amit Shah, CM Mamata Banerjee gave a slight hint of being afraid of BJP’s democratic prominence. But to no avail, the scheduled Rath Yatra which strongly signified democratic rule in the state will be carried on all those parts as decided before asserted BJP President Amit Shah.
Addressing a press conference, BJP President Amit Shah slammed CM Mamata Banerjee for not allowing the Rath Yatra in West Bengal. He said that a democratic process has been suppressed by the misuse of power and Mamata Banerjee has quite often used this trend of being non democratic.
Pointing at West Bengal Chief Minister, Amit Shah exclaimed her to be afraid of BJP. Adding further he said, Mamata Banerjee is scared that if BJP takes out all these three rallies in the state of West Bengal and assemble in Kolkata then the foundation of a complete change will be laid down. So she attempted to stop all these yatras.
Mamata Banerjee’s rule in West Bengal has been looked upon as one that oozes out dictatorship at every level. BJP President Amit Shah recalled the incident of the Panchayat elections, highlighting that after the Panchayat election, Mamata Banerjee is scared of BJP & this is why she has stopped the Rath yatra. In every sector starting from cattle to coal, mafias are working & TMC ministers are supporting them. BJP has lost many karyakartas because of this.
TMC goons conducted many illegal practices during the panchayat elections and also has killed BJP karyakartas which is quite undemocratic. In total 65 Karyakatas lost their lives because of the TMC goons.
Taking it legally, the BJP would conduct three rallies as scheduled earlier. The rallies have not been cancelled but postponed. The Rath Yatra as scheduled will go to every part of West Bengal.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah was scheduled to kickstart the party's 'Save Democracy Rally', comprising three 'rath yatras', in the state. The West Bengal government denied permission to BJP president Amit Shah's proposed 'rath yatra' from Cooch Behar on grounds that it might cause communal tension.
The Cooch Behar district has a history of communal issues and that there was information that some communal provocators and rowdy elements had become active there.