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Mamata Banerjee’s dharna against the Election Commission ban

I request my minority brothers and sisters not to allow minority votes to be divided at the behest of the devils. These people have taken money from BJP. They make a lot of communal statements and get into trouble between Hindus and Muslims.

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has reached the Gandhi idol to stage a sit-in. Let us know that a 24-hour ban has been imposed on Mamata Banerjee’s election campaign. The Election Commission has banned Mamata Banerjee’s election campaign till 8 pm on 13 April.

This action of the Election Commission has taken place on the statement of Mamta Banerjee, in which she mentioned Hindu-Muslim. There was a complaint against him that he acted to seek votes on communal grounds. Regarding this statement, BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi had complained to Mamata to the Election Commission. After this, the Election Commission issued a notice to Mamata Banerjee and sought an answer.

What was disputed speech?

In the disputed speech about which the Election Commission has taken this action against Mamta, Mamta said,

I request my minority brothers and sisters not to allow minority voters to be divided at the behest of the devils. These people have taken money from BJP. They make a lot of communal statements and get into trouble between Hindus and Muslims. People of BIP and CPM are roaming around with the money given by BJP so that the minority votes can be broken. ”

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