Trinamool blocking Burdwan probe: BJP

Trinamool blocking Burdwan probe: BJP

The countdown has begun for the end of the “corrupt” Trinamool Congress regime in West Bengal, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah said on Sunday. 

He accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of creating hurdles for a proper National Investigation Agency (NIA) probe into the Burdwan blast to shield her party leaders allegedly involved in the incident.

Shah also alleged that Saradha chit fund money was used in the October 2 Burdwan blast. “Saradha Chit Fund money was used in the Burdwan blast. The NIA is not being allowed to probe the blast properly. Hurdles are being created. It is being done in order to save Trinamool Congress leaders who are involved in the blast,” he told a big rally in the city.

A controversy broke out when permission for the rally was not granted by the state authorities, prompting the BJP to move the Calcutta High Court. 

The nod from the Kolkata Municipal Commission came only on Saturday after the court appointed two special officers to oversee the arrangement.

Shah declared that he was in the city to see to it that the “corrupt Trinamool Congress regime is uprooted”, for which, he asserted, “the countdown has begun”.

Shah said that Modi’s Lok Sabha victory march would culminate with the BJP’s victory in the Assembly poll in the state due in 2016. 

“It is the slogan of Narendra Modi to make West Bengal free from the Trinamool Congress regime. After the victory in the Lok Sabha poll, the BJP has won in Harayana and Maharashtra. The party will also win in Jharkhand, J&K, Bihar and Delhi.”

“The victory of the BJP and Narendra Modi will be complete only after it forms a government in Bengal,” Shah said.

Shah said a few days ago Mamata wanted to know who Amit Shah “is. Didi, if you can hear and if you can see, please see that I am Amit Shah, a very small worker of the BJP. I have come to Bengal to uproot the corrupt Trinamool Congress regime from the state.

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