Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Sunday asserted that "goons sheltered by the Trinamool Congress" will be tracked and sent behind bars within a month of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) forming government in Bengal.
He said the "murdered BJP karyakartas (workers)" including Sudarshan Pramanik from Hooghly district, will get justice once the saffron party comes to power in the state.
"TMC goons, listen carefully. After the counting of votes, we will teach you a lesson. Similar things happened in Uttar Pradesh four years back after we formed the government there.
"We imprisoned the tormentors of people. In Bengal, we will punish those who are a part of the syndicate raj and demand cut money (commission)," Adityanath said.
Accusing the TMC supremo of pursuing politics of appeasement during her 10-year rule, he said Mamata created hurdles in Durga puja, Saraswati puja and Holi celebrations in Bengal, something that never happens in Uttar Pradesh.
"Elect the BJP to ensure you are not stopped from taking part in festivals," he said. Now all eyes are on the fate-day (May 2) when the future of both the parties will be declared.