Lion’s share of other parties’ income from unknown sources: Mamata

Kolkata, April 19 (IANS) Alleging that the lion’s share of the income of the Congress, BJP and CPI-M were from unknown sources, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday warned the opposition not to point fingers at her Trinamool Congress.

“The sources of 82.5 percent of the Congress’s income, 73 percent of the BJP’s income and 53 percent of the CPI-M’s income are unknown. The opposition should not dare to point fingers at Trinamool,” Banerjee said at an election meeting in Jagatballabhpur of Howrah district.

Attacking the opposition for its continued slander campaign, she said their only agenda was to “abuse” her and “insult” Bengal.

Banerjee said the Trinamool would win hands down when the assembly election results are announced on May 19.

“CPI(M)-Congress-BJP will be decimated democratically after the election results on May 19,” she said.

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