West Bengal Assembly Election 2016: Give lollipops to CPI(M), Mamata Banerjee appeals to voters
The TMC leader urged the voters to defeat the arrogance of CPI(M), Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party and ABP.
Kolkata: While campaigning for ongoing West Bengal Assembly Election 2016, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Saturday, appealed to the electorates to give lollipops to the CPI(M).
Addressing a rally in Bengal's Basirhat area, the Trinamool Congress supremo said, “Give lollipops not votes to CPI (M) as they have done nothing for the people.”
The TMC chief charged the Left of not fulfilling the demands of Bengal people for 34 years.
She alleged that CPI(M) members chopped off hands of people in Amta for not voting for the Left in the ongoing polls.
Banerjee challenged the Opposition saying, “Catch me if you can on the plank of development.”
The TMC leader urged the voters to defeat the arrogance of CPI(M), Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party and ABP by voting for her party.
“Trinamool is the party of the people, I always fulfil the promises I make,” Banerjee exhorted.
The Trinamool chief said, “I will never commit any action that will betray the trust of the people,” adding that, “I will lay down my life but never allow riots in Bengal.”
“We increased our revenues but the Centre took away our money to pay off CPI(M)'s debts,” she said.