BJP accuses Mamata of violating contry’s secular fabric

New Delhi, Jan 29 (IANS) The BJP on Friday took on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Benarjee over law and order situation in the state and accused her of violating country’s secular fabric.

“Police officers in Malda on camera said that instruction came from top that they should not fire at the mob since they are minorities. Mamata Ji, isn’t this is a violation of India’s basic secular fabric?” BJP secretary and co-incharge of West Bengal Siddharth Nath Singh said at a press conference.

“One common thread in your government’s approach is of ‘vote bank’ politics. Is your state policy only for 28 percent voters,” he asked.

Putting 10 questions in front of Mamata Benarjee, the BJP leader sought to know why Trinamool Congress workers are always found involved in criminal activities in the state.

“Why from Khagragadh to Birbhum to Malda those involved in bomb making, fake currency, rioting and women abuse are all TMC workers or supporters,” he asked, also seeking an explanation of whether her state policy is of ‘Sabka saath-Sabka vikas’ or ‘ek ka saath-ek ka vikas’.

“If not, then why was permission for Durga Visarjan not given a day before Muharram?” he said.


  1. Dear readers,

    I am forced to write this because an incident in West Bengal–ruckus at a police station and attempt to set it afire, is blown out of proportions and treated as the single biggest threat for national security, for weeks.

    That’s Ratnachal Express, which was set afire at Tuni railway station in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh.

    The videos are even more scary. Not just the coaches were burnt, police station and police vehicles were also set afire but there has been ‘NO OUTRAGE’.

    But an incident of much higher magnitude–an entire train burnt is not, and is simply ignored. There is no round the clock reporting, no reporters sent from Delhi, no political delegations visiting AP, unlike what we saw in West Bengal.

    The number of policemen injured is also many times more, than in Malda. However, Arnab Goswami is not at all agitated. So is Rahul Kanwal. Hindi TV channels are also silent.

    The aim of this post is just to show how a pin that drops in West Bengal would be a national security threat, but if a pole falls elsewhere, it would be ignored. The reason is that BJP wants to win election in ‘West Bengal’.

    It [the BJP] just knows one way to win election–by communal polarisation, riots and creating religious divide. It has perfected it in the last three decades. So official machinery, its IT team, its online army, everybody is out to blow things out of proportions in states that are going to polls–Assam, West Bengal and later, UP.

    Also, states where BJP or its allies rule, won’t see negative reporting. So governments in states like Bihar would be the target. There will be no outrage over Manawar [Dhar] in MP but there will be national outrage over ‘Malda’ and ‘Burdwan’.

    Jai Hind

  2. “…because an incident in West Bengal–ruckus at a police station and attempt to set it afire, is blown out of proportions” writes Taqiyya artists Sharia Pandita.

    Blown out of proportion? LOL LOL Is it because setting fire to police station is a very small crime as compared to other groups who behead innocent victims while chanting ‘god is great’ in a foreign language? As I have pointed out many times on this forum, sharia pandita personifies the danger that civilized world is confronted with!! They want to take the entire world centuries back and wipe out all the progress made by science, art and freedom. If you don’t see and recognize these natural enemies of humanity and progress, you are sicker than you think you are!!

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