Didi’s Challenge: BJP Won’t Get Single Majority In 2024

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By: Joymala Bagchi
Updated: 21 July, 2022 7:58 pm IST
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee (file photo)

KOLKATA: All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) supremo Mamata Banerjee sets the tone for the 2024 General Election as it throws down the gauntlet at Bharatiya Janata Party saying BJP won’t get the single majority.

“BJP won’t get the single majority, I can challenge and when they will not get the majority other (Parties) will become one,” Banerjee exhorted from the stage as AITC observed Shahid Diwas at Dharmatala, Kolkata on Thursday.

Riding on a strong wave, BJP pocked 303 seats in the 545-member Lok Sabha in the 2019 General Election. BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) won 353 seats in the last election.

Addressing a huge gathering of party supporters, Bengal CM said, “We have the power to fight. Unlike them, our spine is straight and theirs curved. They have ED and CBI on two sides of their spine.”

It is to be noted that during the first all opposition party meeting for the Presidential election at Constitution Club in New Delhi, AITC raised this issue of ED where Rahul Gandhi was repeatedly called by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), Abhishek Banerjee’s family members and other opposition leaders.

Targeting BJP, Banerjee said, “People who did not fight for the independence of our country, who do not even know the country properly will write India’s history.”

Signifying “21” as Shahid Diwas as well as AITC’s 2021 assembly election win against BJP Banerjee said, “21 means we have to remove BJP in 2024 and bring people’s government. We have to break all the barriers in 2024.”

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