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‘Mamata Banerjee frightened of losing’: Giriraj Singh hits back at TMC supremo over ‘Gotra’ comments

Kolkata: Giriraj Singh hits back at TMC, Troublemaker BJP pioneer and Union pastor Giriraj Singh has hit back at TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee over her ‘gotra’ comment made in Nandigram only in front of the surveying. Singh said that Mamata is frightened of losing and accordingly turning to such strategies.

“Mamata Banerjee is frightened of losing, that’s the reason she is utilizing the gotra card,” he told news office ANI.

“Mamata Didi, presently it is to be seen if the gotra of Rohingyas and the infiltrators is Shandilya or not. The individuals who settled Rohingyas for votes, the individuals who halted Durga puja and Kali puja and embarrassed the Hindus, presently plummeted on the gotra in the accomplishment of a rout. Shandilya gotra is devoted to Sanatan and the country, not for the vote,” he tweeted.

On the most recent day of lobbying for the subsequent stage surveying, Mamata who is in the fight from Nandigram against BJP pioneer Suvendu Adhikari played the ‘gotra’ card to charm the Hindu electors. Giriraj Singh hits back at TMC , The CM advised the group that she had a place with the ‘Shandilya’ gotra. The ‘Shandilya’ gotra is one of the eight most noteworthy Brahmin gotras.

Giriraj Singh hits back at TMC, Tending to a political race rally in Nandigram, Mamata said that when she visited a sanctuary here, the cleric got some information about the ‘gotra’. “I advised him ‘Maa Maati Manush’. That helped me to remember my visit to Tripura’s Tripureshwari sanctuary were to the cleric had asked my ‘gotra’ and I advised him ‘Maa Mati Manush’,” she said, adding that “Really I am ‘Shandilya’.”

Nandigram is seeing a high-stakes notoriety fight among Banerjee and her associate turned-rival Adhikari. Adhikari, who had stopped TMC last December, is currently battling on a BJP ticket. In excess of a political battle, the fight for Nandigram has transformed into one of glory and has accepted the extents of an individual battle to choose who possesses the tradition of the Nandigram development.

Adhikari led the counter land-securing development in Nandigram in 2007. He was an MLA around then. He helped the Trinamool Congress remove the 34-year Left Front government in West Bengal 2011.

In the 2009 general races, Adhikari won from Tamluk. In 2014, he was reappointed to Lok Sabha from Tamluk. He, in any case, surrendered in 2016 in the wake of winning the Assembly surveys from Nandigram and was made Transport Minister.

Banerjee, who addressed Bhowanipore seat in the Assembly since 2011, chose to challenge Nandigram after Adhikari’s exit from the TMC.

Surveying in Nandigram will occur in the second stage on April 1.

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