Mamata's ouster will bring much-desired change in Bengal: Amit Shah in Nandigram

Shah wondered why women are not safe in the state, despite "tall claims" made by Mamata

Exuding confidence that Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Suvendu Adhikari will win the assembly elections from Nandigram by a record margin, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday said that Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee's ouster was "absolutely necessary to bring about the much-desired change in Bengal.


Shah, while talking to reporters at a party office in Nandigram, said the saffron camp's victory margin "should be so big that no politician will dare to fool the masses with false promises ever again".


"By defeating Mamata didi in Nandigram, you can bring about the much-desired change in West Bengal. You defeat her here, The TMC will automatically get defeated in other parts of the state," he said. Referring to a recent incident of rape in Nandigram, Shah wondered why women are not safe in the state, despite "tall claims" made by the TMC supremo.


"She talks big about women's safety. What is the situation here? A woman was raped here, just a few kilometres away from where she has put up in Nandigram," he said. All eyes are on battleground Nandigram, where Bengal's 'Didi' has locked horns with her protege-turned-rival Adhikari.


The campaigning in the constituency, which will go to polls on April 1, is set to end at 5 pm.

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