Kumarganj (WB): Trinamool Congress chairperson Mamata Banerjee today said there might be one or two leaders in the party who only care about their personal interests.
"TMC is a big family. We always work together in that spirit and like in a big family there may be one or two members who only care about their interests. That can be sorted out within the party," she said at an election rally here.
Her statement came in the backdrop of opposition criticism of her party over Narada sting operation which purportedly showed several senior leaders taking bribe from a fictitious company.
Slamming CPI(M), she said, "They have ruined Bengal in their 34-year rule. They intimidated farmers, looted their land and even opened fire on them. Again they are saying if they return to power, they will spill blood. But, they will never win again," the West Bengal Chief Minister said.
Taking potshots at the Left Front-Congress alliance, she said, "Both Congress and CPI(M) leaders are busy in television studios. They are not on the field. I have personally toured the districts and reviewed various projects a number of times."
"In a never-before move, I had brought the entire state secretariat to the districts," Banerjee said at the rally.